punjab-kesari

Top 10 Hindi dailies according to IRS Q1 2019 are Dainik Jagran, Dainik Bhaskar, Amar Ujala, Rajasthan Patrika, Prabhat Khabar, Punjab Kesari, Patrika, Navbharat Times, Nai Dunia and Hari Bhoomi

Tasmayee Laha Roy 09-May-2019

The Indian Readership Survey to show how Print has performed in the Digital era, say industry heads

exchange4media Staff 26-April-2019

Himanshu Gautam, Business Head - Digital, Amar Ujala Group said that it was critical for brands to have a great product in order to overcome challenges in digital domain

exchange4media Staff 19-October-2018

According to data released by the Registrar of Newspapers in its 59th Annual Report on the print industry, India had 1,05,443 registered publications in 2014-15

exchange4media Staff 30-December-2015

Barring Ajit, there has been no growth in the AIR for other Punjabi dailies in Punjab as per the IRS 2011 Q2 results. Hindi and English dailies, too, have witnessed decline in AIR. Dainik Bhaskar is the only Hindi daily that has grown over the last year.

Nitin Pandey 14-October-2011

With top three magazines have seen decline in readership in Jammu and Kashmir, the average issue readership of most periodicals has either declined or was static in the last one year in the state as per the IRS 2011 Q2 results.

Nitin Pandey 14-October-2011

Compared to the corresponding period last year, four out of the top five Hindi dailies have grown in Delhi as per the IRS 2011 Q2 results. Benefitting the most in the National Capital are Hindi dailies Navbharat Times and NaiDunia, which have added 1.76 lakh and 68,000 readers, respectively, over the year.

Nitin Pandey 11-October-2011

Three out of top four dailies in Jammu and Kashmir have seen double digit growth in AIR in IRS 2010 Q4. However, English dailies HT and TOI have seen a nearly 40 per cent drop in readership.

Nitin Pandey 23-March-2011

Navbharat Times continues its lead in Delhi and NCR markets. In the top order, Hindustan and Punjab Kesari have seen growth in this round.

Nitin Pandey 15-March-2011

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