Why did the Mumbai Mirror stop?

The Times of India Group on Saturday announced that it will stop the publication of Mumbai Mirror and Pune Mirror due to the coronavirus-induced economic crisis. … The Times of India Group said that the newspaper industry has been hit not just by the terms of revenues, but also an import duty adding to newsprint costs.

Is Mumbai Mirror closing?

Times Group in a statement today (December 5) announced the shutting down of its daily Mumbai Mirror, said it will now be relaunched as a weekly, and also said Pune Mirror has been shut down completely. It is also mentioned in the statement that Mumbai Mirror will continue to have its digital presence.

Who owns Mumbai Mirror?

Mumbai Mirror

The frontpage of Mumbai Mirror on 2 August 2016
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) The Times Group
Publisher Metropolitan Media Company
Editor Ravi Joshi

Who started the Indian mirror?

In 1861, the newspaper, Indian Mirror, was edited and published by Manmohan Ghosh and Devendranath Tagore from Calcutta.

How can I write to Mumbai mirror?

Mumbai Mirror Contact Details

  1. All India Phone Number: 022-30988309 (For print related queries) & 022-67001111 (For classifieds related queries) & 022-22731330 (For advertisement)
  2. Email Id: integrated.solutions@timesgroup.com (For advertisement) & grievance.mm@timesinternet.in (For gievance redressal)

How much does an ad in the newspaper cost?

The average newspaper ad cost depends on the circulation of the paper, the size, day, and ink. A full-page ad can cost anywhere from $2,700 to over $163,000 depending on these factors, whereas small modular ads can cost as little as $50.

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