print-industry

The price now stands somewhere close to 700 USD per tonne, as compared to an all-time high of 820 USD per tonne

Tasmayee Laha Roy 15-March-2019

From tax reforms to reduction in GST and rationalisation of import duties for equipment, take a look at what these business leaders are looking forward to

exchange4media Staff 31-January-2019

With almost all leading print players increasing the number of pages to accommodate ads ahead of the festival season, we find out if the print industry is really picking up?

Apeksha Mishra 12-October-2018

Lav Saksena will serve as the secretary general, while Shailesh Gupta of Mid Day will be the deputy president and L. Adimoolam of ‘Health and The Antiseptic’ the vice-president

exchange4media Staff 01-October-2018

Industry players attribute this slump to several factors, including the after-effects of demonetization and GST.

Sonam Saini 26-September-2018

According to industry veterans, a quantum shift from advertising to non advertising revenue will be a critical factor for print players to stay relevant in the long run

Ruhail Amin 14-August-2018

Experts from the advertising industry revealed their mantra for publishers at a recent event held in Delhi

Dolly Mahayan 14-August-2018

With increasing competition and technology playing a larger role than talent, pricing is the biggest factor driving pitches. Read on to find out some steps experts feel can help resolve the growing crisis

Naziya Alvi Rahman 13-August-2018

Newspapers cannot afford to lose advertisers as they are a major source of revenue. Here's what publishers want to tell advertisers in a time when the digital wave has disrupted the print industry.

exchange4media Staff 10-August-2018

Managing Director & CEO, ABP Pvt Ltd. says that language print is doing pretty as hinterlands are growing and advertisers are spending money in these markets.

Samarpita Banerjee 08-August-2018

Recap is a round-up of all important stories that made headlines during the week

exchange4media Staff 04-August-2018

Print industry has been hit by an increase in raw material cost, downfall of India rupee against US dollar and China imposing a ban on import of paper waste

Nishant Saxena 30-July-2018

Newsprint, a low-cost non-archival paper, is most commonly used to print newspapers, publications and advertising material. There has been an almost 40 per cent spike in its price since the crisis began last year

Nishant Saxena 26-March-2018

The increase in numbers is good news for the industry. Most of the newspaper growth has come from regional (vernacular ) publications. This will help marketers gain more options for advertising in the emerging markets beyond the metros (Tier 2, 3, etc,) says Shriyan

Naziya Alvi Rahman 01-February-2018

The medium has the biggest problem of ageing leadership and therefore has completely lost balance. The new breed of marketers and media planners connect more with young mediums such as digital and television. Because the mediums exhume freshness and young energy

Jwalant Swaroop 09-January-2018

Demonetisation, GST, restrictions on press freedom and the race with digital mediums impacted the industry hard

Nishant Saxena 04-December-2017

The coverage of local news by regional language newspapers has given circulation the much needed momentum to express consumers’ grievances and aspirations

MV Shreyams Kumar 30-June-2017

Data suggests TOI has managed to add 3,36,000 lakh readers, while Hindustan Times registered a growth of 1,80,000 lakh readers in 2014

Abid Hasan 28-March-2015

Top 3 publications are Dainik Jagran, Hindustan and Dainik Bhaskar

Abid Hasan 28-March-2015

While some print players believe growth will surpass the estimates, most agree that regional print will see higher growth than English

Abid Hasan 03-March-2015