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|Traded as||BSE: 532662, NSE: HTMEDIA|
|Key people||Shobhana Bhartia
|Products||Publishing, FM Radio, Internet|
|Revenue||18.13 billion (US$330 million) (2011)|
|Profit||1.78 billion (US$33 million) (2011)|
HT Media operates 19 printing facilities across India with an installed capacity of 1.5 million copies per hour. HT’s internet business, under the HindustanTimes.com portal, is primarily a news website with 2 million unique visitors and 50 million page views per month.
In 1924, This date marked the august beginnings of Hindustan Times with Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation inaugurating the newspaper. In 1927, Hindustan Times, was reborn as Hindustan Times Ltd., a limited liability company. In 1936, The Hindi daily Hindustan was launched, which remains the dominant newspaper in the core Hindi belt of northern India. In 1937, Devdas Gandhi was appointed the Managing Editor of the newspaper and remained the managing editor till his death in 1957. In 1942, The Hindustan Times was one of the few newspapers that stopped publishing the newspaper for four and a half months as it refused to accept the British imposition of censorship on all newspapers. In 1947, The year India gained its freedom, was also the year Hindustan Times attained the status of being the dominant newspaper in Delhi. In 1957, The newspaper circulation grew from 58,693 copies to 144,287 in 1970 after KK Birla took over the mantle from GD Birla. In 1960, The Hindi literary magazine Kadambini was launched. In 1964, The group started actively targeting the youth of India and launched the Nandan magazine.
In 1991, At the start of liberalization of India, Hindustan Times moved to becoming an autonomous power center in a mature democracy. In 1999, The Hindustan Times celebrated its platinum anniversary. In 2000, With a focus on localization, five new editions for Calcutta, Bhopal, Ranchi, Chandigarh and Jaipur were launched. In 2003, The media business of was de-merged and incorporated under HT Media Ltd. In 2004, HT Media Ltd was listed as a public company and attracted external funding. In 2005, Hindustan Times successfully entered the Mumbai market with a refreshingly new product and content mix. In 2006, Fever 104 FM is launched, in technical collaboration with the Virgin Group. Hindustan was relaunched re-establishing the company's prominent presence in the regional news space. In 2007, Mint, the business paper in partnership with the Wall Street Journal was launched in Delhi and Mumbai. In the internet space, Hindustantimes.com was relaunched and Livemint.com was introduced. In 2008, Firefly e-Ventures, an HT Media Company launched its first portal for job seekers, Shine.com.
HT Syndication 
HT Syndication is a content syndication division of HT Media established in mid-2003 to repurpose and repackage U.S. originated material. By utilizing business process outsourcing, HT Syndication obtains information from the United States Congress and other bodies within the federal government of the United States and generates original content for Indian citizens who have migrated to another and distributes that content to databases and other dataports worldwide. HT Syndication's portfolio includes:
- Hindustan Times (HT) - an Indian English-language daily newspaper founded in 1924 with roots in the Indian independence movement of the period ("Hindustan" being a historical name for Northern India).
- HT City and other supplements - HT Syndication adds publishing supplements to its newspapers that have secondary roles to the newspaper, such as HT City covering local city interests and weeklies covering cinema, real estate, neighborhood, and job careers.
- HT Next - A newspaper targeting college students and others who have not yet reached adulthood.
- Indian Government & Business News - an executed contracts clearinghouse for contracts executed by sectors of the Government of India, including aviation, construction, energy, infrastructure, power, railways, and telecom.
- US Federal Contracts - an awards clearinghouse for all U.S. federal contract awarded each day.
- US Federal News - a public comments clearinghouse for United States Congress and United States Executive branch.
A part of HT Media Ltd, the group's Hindi newspaper Hindustan ranks as the third largest-read daily in India. Hindustan has 13 editions across the Hindi belt. It is the fastest growing Hindi newspaper with 12.205 million readers and expanding rapidly across the Hindi belt.
In February 2007,HT Media has also launched a national business newspaper, Mint, with an exclusive agreement with Wall Street Journal to publish Journal branded news and information in India.
With the launch of the Chennai edition on 13 July 2009, Mint now has a national footprint that includes Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad and Pune.
HT Media, through a consulting partnership with Virgin Radio launched the FM radio station Fever 104 FM in October 2006. Initiall covering the Delhi area, the station has opened in Mumbai (January 2007), Bangalore (March 2007) and Kolkata (January 2008).
HT Media launched its job portal Shine.com, in June 2008. The portal was developed by Redmatch, an Israel based company.
Desimartini is a movie discussion website which includes information on movies as well as reviews, ratings, polls and discussions.
HTCampus.com is an education portal from Firefly e Ventures, the internet subsidiary of HT Media Ltd. The site is aimed at students graduating from school and college, to help them take the right decision about their higher education.
- HT Media Ltd. Official Website
- HindustanTimes Official Website
- HindustanDainik or Hindustan Official website
- LiveMint Official Website
- Fever Official Website
- Desimartini: Movie Ratings & Reviews Website
- HT City: Lifestyle Supplement
- Shine: A Career Website
- About Hindustan newspaper
- HTCampus: An Education Portal