Deccan Herald



One of the leading components of the print media in Mysore is the Deccan Herald newspaper that started its publication in the year 1948 owing to the efforts of Mr K N Guruswamy. The newspaper is published by the Printers (Mysore) Private Limited which is also reputed for the publication of the Mayura, Sudha and the Prajavani. Having completed 50 years in the publication of the news, the Deccan Herald still continues to maintain its commitment to quality chronicling the news and the views of the people of the city of Mysore.

The regular newspaper, Deccan Herald maintains the dynamism coalesced with the tradition in publishing and formatting the news of the world, country and the state in the broadsheets. The newspaper is quick to incorporate the rapid changes in the print media. The printers have upgraded themselves by introducing the Electronic News Transmission and are also the pioneer newspaper in the country to introduce the color print in the main edition.

Focusing on the prior needs and requirement of the people of the city, the newspaper has introduced supplements to expand the space for news and opinions of the people. The Sunday Herald, Articulation, Economy and Business, Sportscene, Avenues, Metro Life, Science and Technology, Spectrum, Living and the Open Sesame are some of the tabloid supplement of the Deccan Herald. Since the year 1996, the newspaper has also produced an internet edition of the news.

With its office in Hubli, the Deccan Herald continues to redefine excellence in the stream of chronicling of the news in the city of Mysore.



Last Updated on 9/14/2011



     


     

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