Ravi Dhariwal, CEO Times of India, was one of the speakers at INMA European Conference in Cascais (Portugal, 19-21 October 2011). Exclusively for Forum4Editors.com he reveals the secrets behind successful newspapers in India.
Most of Indian publishers continue to grow the business every year on every platform: print, online and mobile. Ravi Dhariwal explains reasons why Indian newspapers’ circulation continue to rise and why new media does not eat traditional newspapers.
As INMA International President with professional experience in FMCG industry (Unilever, Pepsico), he gives some advice to publishers from Europe and US.
Interview recorded on INMA European Conference in Cascais, Portugal, 19-21 October 2011. Ravi Dhariwal was interviewed by Artur Karda from 112MEDIA — consulting, training and outsourcing for media.
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