Circulation : 2,80,544
Language : English
The English broadsheet daily Deccan Herald was launched on June 16, 1948 in Bangalore. Since then, it has been dedicated to projecting a positive outlook while shaping opinions of its readers and reflecting their aspirations. On these strengths, Deccan Herald has expanded to six editions having five -- Bengaluru, Hubli, Mysuru, Mangaluru and Gulbarga -- in Karnataka plus one in New Delhi. Its combined circulation was 2,53,108 copies in January-June 2014 (as per Audit Bureau of Circulation) and average readership of 4,58,000 according to the Indian Readership Survey conducted in 2013.
Book ads in Deccan Herald newspaper: Each edition of Deccan Herald accepts advertisements in diverse categories. These include: Matrimonial, Name Change, Appointment, UFR/AFR, Tender Notice, Name Change, Public Notice, Property, Obituary Remembrance and others. Each category has a different rate in which discounts are sometimes offered. While every edition of Deccan Herald has its own rates, if an ad is published unchanged in content and size in more than one edition (for instance, Mysuru + Gulbarga).
it will benefit in a discount in the combined rates of the editions concerned.
As with almost all other daily broadsheet newspapers, Deccan Herald also carries advertising in three formats:
Deccan Herald Classified Text ads: Text classified ads are printed in a run-on words format in the classified ad pages at the lowest per-word rate. Visibility can be improved by paying extra for enhancements like colour, tick, bold and screen.
Deccan Herald Classified Display ads: Display classified ads are published in black and white or colour text formats and can be enhanced by using images. Thus, they cost more for being charged by the square centimetre. One can compose the text by using some easy templates and can upload the ads in PDF/JPEG/EPS formats.
Deccan Herald Display ads: Display ads are also charged by the square centimetre but are the costliest since there is no restriction to their sizes or pages on which they are published.
Deccan Herald special weekly supplements: • Sunday Herald • Articulations • Economy and Business • Science and Technology • Avenues • Sportscene • Metrolife • Spectrum • Living • Open sesame
Advertising in these supplements is cheaper than in the main paper. All of them do not appear with all editions, so this factor has to be determined in advance as also 1) the topics covered by each of them; and 2) the ad rates of each.
Deccan Herald newspaper ad booking: People who are not familiar with the complexities of media or newspaper advertising will find it much easier to use their office or home computer to contact the well-established online advertising facility Myadvtcorner which has an in-house media team that is constantly updated with the latest position with all newspapers in all languages in the country. Thus, if there is any rebate at any time, this is passed on free of charge to the customer. Moreover, because on its close media links, this facility, given a couple of days’ advance notice, can ensure the publication of the required ad in the required edition at the required time.
So, whatever goods, services or events you wish to promote in Karnataka from anywhere in the country, reach out to Deccan Herald through this online facility of ease.