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  1. IndiaN NEWS MEDIA Things to know about Indian News Agencies Primefeed.in

  2. ABOUT Media of India Media of India is made up of several types of Indian media: television, radio, movies, newspapers, magazines and Internet-based websites. Many of the media are controlled by large for-profit companies that generate advertising revenue, subscriptions and the sale of copyrighted material. India also has a strong music and film industry. With more than 70,000 newspapers and more than 1,600 satellite channels, India is the largest newspaper market in the world, with more than 100 million copies sold daily. Prime Feed – Latest India News | Breaking News India | Indian News

  3. PRINT MEDIA IN India The first newspaper in India - Hickey's Bengal Gazette - was launched in 1780 under the British Empire by James Augustus Hicky. The main regional newspapers of India include the Marathi Lokmat language, the Gujarati language Gujarat Samachar, the Malayalam MalayalaManorama language, the Tamil Daily Thanthi language, the Telugu eenadu language, the Kannada language Vijaya Karnataka and the Bengali language Anandabazarpatrika. Newspaper sales in the country increased by 11.22% in 2007. In 2007, 62 of the world's best-selling newspaper titles were published in China, Japan and India. As of 2007, India consumed 99 million copies of newspapers, making it the second largest newspaper market in the world. Prime Feed – Latest India News | Breaking News India | Indian News

  4. BROADCASTING IN India The radio began in 1927, but only in 1930 was declared responsible. In 1937 he was named All India Radio and since 1957 he was called Akashvani. The limited broadcast time of television began in 1959, and full transmission followed in 1965. After the economic reforms, satellite television channels around the world, including the BBC, CNN, CNBC and other foreign television stations, have taken hold. In 1993, 477 million households with televisions were established, in the year also Rupert Murdoch entered the Indian market. Satellite and cable television soon gained a foothold. Doordarshan, in turn, initiated reforms and modernizations. With 1,400 television stations in 2009, the country ranks # 4 on the list of countries. Prime Feed – Latest India News | Breaking News India | Indian News

  5. Thank you Primefeed.in