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India Print Insights, Advertising Volume by (States, Newspapers, Magazines), Ad Spends by Sector, Circulation Revenues, Content & Viewership

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  • 49 Pages
  • May 2020
  • Region: India
  • Renub Research
  • ID: 5029485
1. Introduction

2. Executive Summary

3. India Print Media Insights
  • Advertising revenues grew
  • Ad volumes fell little bit in 2018
  • Figure: Print Revenue (INR in Billion), 2017- 2021E
  • Figure: By Segment - Print Revenue in (INR Billion), 2018- 2021E
  • Figure: Channel Contribution- Print in (INR Billion), 2017-2021E

4. Advertising Volume by States
  • Maharashtra and UP had the highest ad volumes
  • Figure: Top 5 States Contributed Share of Print in Percent

5. Advertising Volume (Newspapers) by Language
  • Hindi and English publications contributed over 60% of newspaper advertising volumes
  • Figure: Top 5 Ad Categories Contributed Share of Print in Percent
  • Figure: Advertising Volume Share (Newspapers) by language in Percent

6. Advertising Volume (Magazines) by Language
  • Regional languages Continued to Grow Ad Volumes
  • 37% of ad volumes drove performance
  • Figure: Advertising Volume Share (Magazines) by language
  • Figure: Space on Advertisements in Percent and Total Registered Publications In Numbers

7. Ad Spends by Sector
  • Government tender ads were no longer mandated in print
  • Importance of events increased

8. Circulation Revenues
  • Number of registered publications
  • Newspaper circulation grew as per ABC data
  • Hindi Publications Contributed of Total Newspaper Circulation
  • Figure: India Registered Publications in (Number), March 2017- March18
  • Figure: Contribution of languages Share to total circulation in Percent

9. Content and Viewership
  • Million individuals consumed news online
  • Print margins were stressed in 2018
  • Figure: Top 5 Categories Contribution Share in Percent
  • Figure: States Contribution in Newspaper Advertising in Percent
  • Figure: Total Magazine Ad Volumes Share in Percent
  • Figure: India Newspapers Contribution 2018, in Percent
  • Figure: Newspapers Contribution of Advertising Volumes Share (percent) in 2018
  • Figure: Magazine Advertising Volumes Share (Percent), in 2018
  • Figure: Newspapers Advertising Share (Percent), in 2018
  • Figure: Magazines Advertising Share (Percent), in 2018

10. FDI Norms for Print Media
  • Figure: MIB increases advertising rates for print media.


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