The capex in the newspaper industry is not expected to be good this year as newspaper publishers grapple with declining readership and shrinking margins, feels Pradeep Shah, managing director, Manugraph.
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At the recent INMA South Asia conference in New Delhi, Ashish Pherwani, who leads the media consulting practice of Ernst & Young in India, attempted to decode the puzzle of the new media
Block Printed Textiles of India: Imprints of Culture, authored by Eiluned Edwards and published by Niyogi Books, Delhi, has been selected to receive the RL Shep Ethnic
The CEO Talk is part of Frankfurter Buchmesse’s Business Club program and will take place on Wednesday, 11 October 2017, from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm at the Frankfurter
The first day of the INMA Conference in Aerocity near the Delhi Airport has been quite good so far. However, those who are more threatened by the future or touching low growth in the 3 to 5% range, such
The Times of India, India’s largest English-language daily newspaper, has charged Engineering Automation Electronics (EAE) with the modernisation of a newspaper