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Vemuri Radhakrishna

Managing Director

Andhra Jyothi

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Andhra Jyothi

India

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This is Andhra Jyothy Telugu Online Daily Newspaper’s Digital Edition. Offering Telugu news, Andhra Pradesh News, Andhra Politics, Telugu Cinema news, Tollywood News, Telugu News Analysis, Hyderabad News, Telugu Culture and Tradition, Information technology ...more

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Vemuri Radhakrishna is its Managing Director.


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Vemuri Radhakrishna is its Managing Director.
It has a circulation of over 5,00,000 across Andhra Pradesh and neighbouring states. Andhra Jyothy was bankrupt once and was shut down in 2000 Vemuri Radhakrishna, who was a journalist in the then team, ventured to buy the bankrupt newspaper and finally could run it into success. Taking out the arrows, Andhra Jyothi has made its presence against this background on Dasara 2002, under the management of Vemuri Radhakrishna.


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Vemuri Radhakrishna, managing director, Andhra Jyothi, disagrees with Raghunath.
He says, "The political attacks happened in the recent past. We've been consistently increasing our readership due to our dynamic content. More than outdoor promotions, word of mouth publicity has helped us." Andhra Jyothi is not only the only Telugu daily, but also the only language daily, to have shown such tremendous growth. But Radhakrishna is still dissatisfied with the survey. "The survey has discrepancies and flaws," he says, pointing to the loss of readership the survey has reported for Andhra Jyothi in Hyderabad (36,000 - a loss of almost 10 per cent) and Vijayawada (7,000) in Andhra Pradesh and Hubli-Dharwad (4,000 - a loss of 80 per cent) in Karnataka. "The Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) has shown growth for us in these regions, while we see a decline in the IRS. There has to be a correlation between the two," he says. As per ABC January-June 2008, the circulation of Andhra Jyothi has increased from 62,761 (January-June 2007) to 69,106 in Hyderabad. Similarly, in Vijayawada, its circulation has increased from 11,754 (January-June 2007) to 15,198 (January-June 2008). Radhakrishna offers a different view. "Does this age group read newspapers?" he asks. "It is switching to the Internet." Share This


Press | C.R. Jayaprakash blogs on Media & Environment

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Vemuri Radhakrishna, managing director, Andhra Jyothi, disagrees with Raghunath.
He says, "The political attacks happened in the recent past. We've been consistently increasing our readership due to our dynamic content. More than outdoor promotions, word of mouth publicity has helped us." Andhra Jyothi is not only the only Telugu daily, but also the only language daily, to have shown such tremendous growth. But Radhakrishna is still dissatisfied with the survey. "The survey has discrepancies and flaws," he says, pointing to the loss of readership the survey has reported for Andhra Jyothi in Hyderabad (36,000 - a loss of almost 10 per cent) and Vijayawada (7,000) in Andhra Pradesh and Hubli-Dharwad (4,000 - a loss of 80 per cent) in Karnataka. "The Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) has shown growth for us in these regions, while we see a decline in the IRS. There has to be a correlation between the two," he says. Radhakrishna offers a different view.


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Famous senior actor ANR released the audio and ,Andhrajyothi's editor Vemuri Radhakrishna received the first cassette.


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