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Govt ad spend on print falls by 54 % in last 3 years

New Delhi: The government’s expenditure on print advertisements has dropped by almost 54 per cent in the last three years. According to the latest data presented in the Parliament, the government had spent Rs 429.55 cr in print advertisements in 2018-19, which decreased to Rs 295.05 cr in 2019-20,...

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India Today suspends print publication Mail Today; turns digital

NEW DELHI: Most newspapers in India are facing an uphill task to maintain their readership amidst the pandemic. India Today too faced the burn. The group announced that its English language tabloid Mail Today will suspend its print publication with effect from 10 August 2020. The reason stated is...

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India Today taps Taboola to drive engagement, rev & audience development

MUMBAI: Taboola, one of the world’s leading discovery platforms, has announced an exclusive, three-year renewal agreement with India Today. Under the agreement, India Today will be integrating Taboola’s personalised content recommendations, full page personalisation, newsroom and audience exchange...

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I&B asked to take speedy decisions petition to archive news content

New Delhi : The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad high court today directed the information and broadcasting ministry to take expeditious decisions on representations made on several media-related issues by social activist Nutan Thakur within four months.

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WSJ Publications gets FIPB nod to change foreign collaborator

NEW DELHI: DB Corp Ltd has been permitted to increase the foreign equity participation from 20 per cent to carry out the business of publication of newspapers including the business of developing, editing, publishing, printing, distributing and marketing