The Hindu registers 20.3% increase in circulation

Our Bureau Chennai | Updated on January 20, 2018 Published on May 31, 2016


The Hindu was the second largest circulated English language daily newspaper as per the July-December 2015 Audit Bureau of Circulations figures. It sold an average of 15,18,082 copies every day during this period, a 20.3 per cent increase over the 12,61,658 copies sold in the January-June 2015.

Overall, The Hindu was in the 10{+t}{+h} slot in terms of average circulation during this period.

Dainik Bhaskar (Hindi) occupied the first position with a daily circulation of 38,18,477 in July-December 2015, followed by Dainik Jagran (Hindi) 33,07,517 and Times of India 30,57,678. According to an ABC press release, print circulation of member publications grew 5.04 per cent CAGR over the last eight years.

This growth was achieved due to new titles entering various markets and existing titles starting new editions or printing centres.

Most member publications, according to the release, have shown a positive increasing trend during this period.

The release said ABC would shortly enter the field of digital measurement with Nielsen.

The digital measurement service would be available for all digital properties within the next few months.

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Published on May 31, 2016
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