• Hindi Tv Data
    industry has secured FDI inflow approx. Rs. 8.5 billion in the year 2007. *Source: Price Waterhouse Cooper (PWC) report *2007 & *2008 . * 8. FDI in E & M industry FDI in Television channels: Entertainment channels = 49% News channels = 26% FDI in Print Media Segment: Non- News...
    Premium 1919 Words 8 Pages
  • Report on Ht
    (English) and Hindustan (Hindi) enjoy strong brand recognition among readers and advertisers, and are produced by an editorial team known for its quality, innovation and integrity. HT Media operates 17 printing facilities across India with an installed capacity of 1.5 million copies per hour. HT’s internet...
    Premium 4411 Words 18 Pages
  • Paper Industry
    readership than its Hindi counterparts. Despite the numbers, it claims more than half the share of total advertising pie of the print space, according to an industry estimate prepared by brokerage firm, Motilal Oswal print media report. The higher ad rates come into play in the greater revenue generation...
    Premium 19946 Words 80 Pages
  • Terrorism
    and mediaTERRORISM AND INDIAN MEDIA :A Comparative Study of approach English, Hindi and Urdu newspapers towards terrorism by India Policy Foundation A serious research work on the approach of the Indian print media towards terrorism was brought out by India Policy Foundation (IPF) in March 2009...
    Premium 892 Words 4 Pages
  • Research on Print Media in Ranchi
    SUMMER PROJECT REPORT ON “Preference pattern of businessmen in Ranchi while choosing print media for advertisement” at Hindustan Media Ventures Ltd., Ranchi Submitted in Partial fulfillment of the Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Marketing) at Xavier Institute of Social Service, Ranchi...
    Premium 7802 Words 32 Pages
  • Industry Analysis
    | Fragmented industry The regionalism aspect is clearly visible in the newspaper sector. The print media is further divided on the basis of the languages. Of the daily newspapers, about 46% are vernacular, 44% are in Hindi and 10% are English. Hindi and vernacular...
    Premium 9878 Words 40 Pages
  • Print Media
    Business strategy Project on Print media industry Submitted by: Aloka pendharkar Neha alreja Rishav chowdhary Priyamwada saraswat Preksha shah 1. INTRODUCTION Print media as a traditional media plays a significant role in the development communication of a country. The Government...
    Premium 6182 Words 25 Pages
  • Youth
    , television viewers aged between 15 and 24 in New Delhi and Mumbai spent most of their time watching Hindi general entertainment channels (GECs). The data has been compiled for 2011. In Kolkata, Chennai and Hyderabad, Bangla, Tamil and Telugu television channels were the chart toppers, respectively. Media...
    Premium 487 Words 2 Pages
  • Currency Risk
    in India, around 90% are published in Hindi and other vernacular languages. In the electronic media, the total number of channels presently available to viewers in India stands at close to 550. Demand: The demand for regional print media is growing at a faster pace than that of English language...
    Premium 9886 Words 40 Pages
  • Renolt Duster
    at Graduation level History Geography B.Ed or equivalent degree from recognized University. Proficiency in teaching in Hindi and English media. Desirable: Knowledge of Computer Applications. :3: II - EDUCATIONAL AND OTHER QUALIFICATIONS FOR POST CODE 21 AND 22 Post Code Post (Subject...
    Premium 3701 Words 15 Pages
  • Swot Analysis
    leverage upon the vast media experience of its parent company. 4.As Outlook has distinguished products like Outlook Traveller and Outlook Money, so the company should focus more on it. 5.As its near competitor India today has major market share in Hindi magazine segment so Outlook should focus on English...
    Premium 1229 Words 5 Pages
  • Miss
    INDUSTRY ANALYSIS ON PRINT MEDIA CONTENTS Chapter 1. Introduction 2. Product lines and consumer behavior 3. Growth of the industry 4. Technology of production and distribution 5. Marketing 6. Innovation 7. Strategies and competition in the...
    Premium 9931 Words 40 Pages
  • cell phone
    ) B.Ed or equivalent degree from recognized University. Proficiency in teaching in Hindi and English media. Desirable: Knowledge of Computer Applications. :3: II - EDUCATIONAL AND OTHER QUALIFICATIONS FOR POST CODE 21 AND 22 Post Code Qualification (s) Post (Subject) Essential...
    Premium 3233 Words 13 Pages
  • Markitng Report
    products we have targeted the middle income group as well as high income group. Areas which we have chosenfor advertisement, the print media and electronic media. In print media advertisement will be given in selected newspapers like Hindustan Times (English), Hindustan (Hindi), magazines are Femina...
    Premium 1618 Words 7 Pages
  • Pwc India Media Outlook 2010
    3.11 Select deals in Print media Investor Target Acquisition Price US $ Million 53.19 Deal Type Strategic Stake % Stake 26% Date Chart 3.6 Average Ad Revenue for English and Hindi Dailies Jupiter Media & Express Publication ( Madurai ) Ltd Jagran Media Network Mid-Day Multimedia Ltd...
    Premium 66493 Words 266 Pages
  • Researcg
    India – English 2) Dainik Bhaskar – Hindi 3) Dainik Jagran – Hindi 4) Malayala Manorama – Malayalam 5) The Hindu – English 6) Eenadu – Telugu 7) Deccan Chronicle – English 8) Ananda Bazar Patrika – Bengali 9) Amar Ujala – Hindi 10) Hindustan Times – English Print Media in Other Countries The story...
    Premium 7023 Words 29 Pages
  • Media Industry
    |0.2 |2% |18% |100% | |PRINT MEDIA |2.6 |30% |12% |100% | |OUT-OF-HOME MEDIA...
    Premium 9279 Words 38 Pages
  • Project
    , Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Bengali. In 1997, the total number of newspapers and periodicals published was 41705, which include 4720 dailies and 14743 weeklies. The highest numbers of newspapers was published in Hindi, 16864. The Indian Print Media industry is estimated to have...
    Premium 2123 Words 9 Pages
  • Past Present N Future of Indian News Channels
    newspapers it’s good to give in news as popularity of audience and decisions makers gives more time in watching news. Watching television news rather to by and read the newspaper has become a daily routine of few peoples. so on that basis print media became cautious for losing their costumers IRS, and...
    Premium 2410 Words 10 Pages
  • Thesis
    Chronicle – English 8) Ananda Bazar Patrika – Bengali 9) Amar Ujala – Hindi 10) Hindustan Times – English Print Media in Other Countries The story of the newspaper begins some five centuries ago in Europe. Here, merchants would distribute newsletters written by hand containing information regarding...
    Premium 6782 Words 28 Pages