The Economic Times

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The Economic Times
Economic Times
Economic Times cover 03-28-10.jpg
The 28 March 2010 front page of
The Economic Times
Type Daily
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.
Publisher The Times Group
Founded 1961
Political alignment Conservative[1]
Language English
Headquarters Times House
7 Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi, Delhi – 110002, India
Circulation 753,000 Daily
Sister newspapers The Times of India, Maharashtra Times
OCLC number 61311680
Official website economictimes.indiatimes.com

The Economic Times is an English-language, Indian daily newspaper published by the Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. first published in 1961. It is the world's second-most widely read English-language business newspaper, after the Wall Street Journal,[2] with a readership of over 800,000. The Economic Times is published simultaneously from 12 cities—Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Nagpur, Chandigarh, and Pune.

The Economic Times is headquartered in Mumbai at The Times of India building. Its main content is based on the Indian economy, International finance, share prices, prices of commodities as well as other matters related to finance. The founder- editor of the paper when it was launched in 1961 was P.S. Hariharan. The current Editorial Director of The Economic Times and ET Now is Rahul Joshi.

Like the London-based Financial Times, The Economic Times is printed on salmon pink paper. It is sold in all major cities in India. In June 2009, it also launched a television channel called ET Now.[3][4]

Editors[edit]

Supplements[edit]

  • Brand Equity (Weekly): a weekly colour supplement that appears every Wednesday, which covers marketing, advertising, media and market research. Edited by Ravi Balakrishnan and Vinod Mahanta
  • Corporate Dossier is a supplement that appears every Friday along with The Economic Times, aimed at the CEOs of corporate India, with a special focus on management and strategy. Edited by Vinod Mahanta
  • ET Travel is a weekly all-colour supplement which covers travel and tourism aimed at the burgeoning band of Indians who want to see and know about their country and the rest of the world, through Indian eyes.
  • ZigWheels is a weekly all-colour supplement covering all aspects from the auto industry from new launches and trends to ancillaries and personalities.
  • ET Realty: a real estate supplement
  • ET Wealth : a personal finance weekly newspaper.
  • Investor's Guide: analysis of equities, funds, ULIPs, Sectors

Special edition[edit]

The Economic Times Magazine on Sunday was revamped and now dons a new format, style and regular features on great personal content in 2011. The fresher edition hosts a variety of material not found during the weekdays. The special edition on all Sundays contains, namely: "what's news", "news in numbers", "behind the news", "spotlight", "cover story", "expert view", "economy", "centrespread", "travel guide", "food & drink", "recommended" and finally "feel smart". 'feel smart" generally hosts a "Cocktail Conversations" article which describes a definite difference between terms, objects, persons and abstract views which are normally considered to be the same. It also contains "Behind The Lines" which gives a brief crisis that had occurred, gives a brief overview of the crisis and the solution derived.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Newspapers and Magazines". Worldpress.org. Retrieved 30 December 2006. 
  2. ^ The New Yorker, 8 Oct 2012, 'Citizens Jain' - Ken Auletta Timesp.52
  3. ^ "News Room Headlines > Times Group's biz channel is ET Now". Indiantelevision.com. 19 January 2009. Retrieved 16 July 2010. 
  4. ^ Sruthijith KK @sruthijith (17 June 2009). "A New Channel Is Born: ET Now Goes On Air With ‘The Economic Times Advantage’". contentSutra. Retrieved 16 July 2010. 

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