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|Owner(s)||The Printers (Mysore) Private Limited|
|Circulation||253,108 Daily (January–June 2014)|
Deccan Herald is an English daily newspaper in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is published by the Printers (Mysore) Private Limited and has a number of editions in Bengaluru, Hubballi, Davanagere, Hosapete, Mysuru, Mangaluru, Kalburgi and Delhi.
Deccan Herald was started in 1948, with the famous journalist Pothan Joseph as its founding editor. Its sister publications are the Prajavani daily newspaper, the weekly magazine Sudha and the monthly magazine Mayura, all of which are published in Kannada. The head office of the Deccan Herald is on MG Road, Bengaluru.
The ABC certified figures for the first half of 2009 put the daily paid circulation (number of bought copies as opposed to number of copies read) at 214,797. According to the Indian Readership Survey 2013, Deccan Herald is among the top ten most widely read English language newspapers in India, with an average daily readership of 458,000 (338,000 in Bengaluru city)
The launch of its Delhi edition in December 2011 marked Deccan Herald's first venture outside of Karnataka, though the paper admits that it will find it very hard to compete in what is India's most competitive newspaper market with 15 newspapers on the market already. Deccan Herald was published from Hyderabad many years ago but stopped owing to dwindling circulation.
- "About Us". www.deccanherald.com. Printers Mysore. Retrieved 15 January 2013.
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