Amongst English dailies, The Times of India leads the Mumbai market with a TR of 2,776,000 and AIR of 1,292,000, wherea...
- The data shows how all media continues to hold on to its loyal consumers in spite of the growth in internet consumption.
- More Indians have started reading and understanding English now.
- As per the data, Dainik Jagran continues to remain the number one daily across India, while The
Times of Indiais the only English daily to make it in the Top 10 list.
- Malayala Manorama remains the largest read regional daily in the country.
In view of sample shortfall in Andhra Pradesh, MRUC had released
Dainik Jagran continues to remain the top most read newspaper across India, despite seeing a dip than the last two quarters, with a Total Readership (TR) of 70,430,000 in IRS Q3 2019 and Average Issue Readership of 17,496,000. The Times of India is the only English daily to make it in the Top 10 list.
On other hand, amongst English dailies, The Times of India leads the Mumbai market with a TR of 2,776,000 and AIR of 1,292,000, whereas in Delhi, Hindustan Times surpassed the former with a TR of 2,114,000 and AIR of 1,076,000.
India Today remains the top read magazine in the country and Malayala Manorama is the largest read regional daily.