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  • 1. A RAY OF LIGHT IN THE DARK
  • 2. PRESENTED BY:~UMANG VORACHIRAG PATELKARAN MURTHACHALAMMANDAR JADHAVSAIRAJ PATILSUSHIL MAURYA
  • 3. MORNING TIMES COMPANY INFO MORNING TIMES IS AN ENGILSH NEWSPAPER. IN MUMBAI ITS HEAD OFFICE IS IN WORLI WHILE IT IS PRINTED IN LOWERPAREL THE EDITOR OF MORNING TIMES IS “AARON BANERJEE” OFFICE ADDRESS: 36, JAMBOREE BUILDING, DR . R.V. KESHAV ROAD, WORLI, MUMBAI PRINTING PRESS ADDRESS:54, KAPOOR PRINTS ,OPP. DENA BANK, M.G. ROAD, LOWERPAREL MUMBAI
  • 4. MORNING TIMES MORNING TIMES IS OWNED BY KAPOORS PRINTS. IS OWNED LEADING BUSINESS TYCOON ‘KARAN KAPOOR’. IT WAS STARTED IN THE YEAR 2007 IN DELHI IN HINDI VERSION. A YEAR LATER IT WAS LAUNCHED IN ENGLISH VERSION IN DELHI & KOLKATA
  • 5. MORNING TIMES SHARES HOLDER 12% 1.20% KARAN KAPOOR28% 51% RAJVEER KAPOOR AMAN YADAV RIMA KAUR
  • 6. MORNING TIMES EASY & SIMPLE LANGUAGE. EASY TO UNDERSTAND. CHEAPEST COST WITH LOTS OF INFORMATION. FLOW OF COMPLETE SOURCE OF INFO. WELL ORGANIZED WITH COLOUR PICTURES.
  • 7. MORNING TIMES CONTINOUS INNOVATION. LINK-UP WITH NEW YORK TIMES. EASILY AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL AREA. HIGHLY EDUCATED JOURNALISTS. WE USE RECYCLED PAPERS.
  • 8. MORNING TIMES LEADING PAGE  BREAKING NEWS.  IMPORTANT NEWS.  EXCULSIVE NEWS.  MARKET UPDATES.  INDEX.
  • 9. MORNING TIMES  MUMBAI LOCAL GIVES THE DETAILED INFORMATION OF ALL HAPPENINGS IN MUMBAI  NEWS COVERING ABOUT INDIA
  • 10. MORNING TIMES•YOUR LETTER TO EDITORWOULD BE PUBLISH ON THISPAGE.•YOUR PROBLEMS WOULD BEDESCRIBED BY AUTHORSWITH SATISFIED SOLUTIONS.•COLUMN RELATING TO DAYTO DAY NEWS WOULD BECOVERED IN EDITORIALPAGE.
  • 11. MORNING TIMESA LINK UP WITH ALL NEWS PERTAINING TONEWYORK TIMES WOULD THE WORLD ARECONTAIN EXCLUSIVE MENTIONED IN MTNEWS & WORLD PUBLISH INTERNATIONALIN THEIR EDITION
  • 12. MORNING TIMES•WE WOULD PROVIDEDAILY UPDATES OFSTOCK MARKETS OFINDIA & OTHERS•ALL SPORTSANALYSIS AREPUBLISHED ON MTSPORTS
  • 13. MORNING TIMESMIX MASALA
  • 14. MIX MASALA•NEWS OF BOLLYWOOD CELEBRITIES.•NEWS OF HOLLYWOOD CELEBRITIES.•GOSSIPS OF DAILY SOAP.• HOROSCOPES, SODUKO, JOKES.•THOUGHTS OF DAY.•WHAT’S ON TV.•LATEST FILM SCREENING ON THEATRE.
  • 15. MORNING TIMESSUN GLIMPSES-MAGAZINEMON HEALTH-PROBLEMS, NEW DISEASES, PRECAUTION & INTERVIEWSTUE PROPERTY & TAXATION-ESTATE AGENCIESWED YOUTH-COLLEGE WORLD, CAREERS FIELD, SUCCESS MANTRA, ETC,.THUR LADIES SPECIALFRI KIDDZZYSAT SCIENCE & TECH
  • 16. MORNING TIMES•MONTHLY MAGAZINEABOUT LATESTELECTRONIC GADGETS.•SPECIAL VOUCHERSFOR READERS OF MT.
  • 17. MORNING TIMESPOPULAR JOURNALISTS  SANTOSH RANE.  MADHURI KADAM.  NIHAR VENKY  RAHUL BOSE  IRFAN KHAN  MANOJ SHINDE
  • 18. MORNING TIMES250000200000 175000 145000140000150000100000 ACHIEVED ESTIMATED 50000 0 0 0 0 0 0
  • 19. MORNING TIMESSTRATEGIES Move first, Move fast Multiple ties Continuous innovation Where ideas live Smart-sensing the future
  • 20. MORNING TIMESPROCESS OFCIRCULATION The printed newspapers have to be dispatched to various distributors across the region. Transportation is normally through private contract carriers within local area, public transport in case of longer distances and through couriers in other cases. Hawkers, vendors and book stall owners are the last link of the supply chain before newspaper reaches readers. The hawkers remuneration is also normally based on the commission system and is generally the highest in the entire supply chain.
  • 21. MORNING TIMESPROMOTION OF BRAND•ADVERTISEMENT ON BEST BUSES•ADVERTISEMENT ON HOARDINGS• MEDIA PARTNER RADIO MIRCHI 98.3FM
  • 22. MORNING TIMES•WE ARE PROUD SPONSERS OF MUMBAIINDIANS AS WELL AS KAUN BANEGACROREPATI
  • 23. SCHEMES  WE TAKE OLD NEWSPAPER AS SCRAP @ 12/- PER KG TO RECYCLE IT.  THIS SCHEME IS NO PROFIT NO LOSS FOR THE COMPANY FOR AVAILING THIS SCHEME CONTACT OUR CUSTOMER CARE NO.1800-111-9999 THIS SCHEME IS ONLY FOR MORNING TIMES READERS
  • 24. SUBSCRIPTIONSIN A YEAR THERE ARE 300 WORKING DAYS & 52 SUNDAYS. IF WE CALCULATE Rs:3.00 ON WORKING DAYS &Rs:3.50ON SUNDAYS i.e 300*3=900/- 52*3.50=182/- THEN YOUR YEARLY BUDGET GOES TO Rs: 1082.00 YEARLY PACKAGE Rs:450/-THREE YEAR PACKAGE RS: 999/- FOR ANY PROBLEM CONTACT OUR CUSTOMER CARE NO. 1800-111-9999
  • 25. MORNING TIMESPROCESS OF RECYCLING THE PROCESS OF PAPER RECYCLING NVOLVES MIXING USED PAPER WITH WATER AND CHEMICLES TO BREAK IT DOWN. IT IS THEN CHOPPED UP AND HEATED, WHICH BREAKS IT DOWN FURTHER INTO STRANDS OF CELLULOSE, A TYPE OF ORGANIC PLANT MATERIAL; THE MIXTURE IS THEN CALLED PLUP, OR SLURRY. IT IS STRAINED THROUGH SCREENS, WHICH REMOVE ANY GLUE OR PLASTIC THAT MAY STILL BE IN THE MIXTURE THEN CLEANED IT, “DE-INKED,” BLEACHED, AND MIXED WITH WATER. THEN IT CAN BE MADE INTO NEWS PAPER.
  • 26. MORNING TIMES THE SAME FIBERS CAN BE RECYCLED ABOUT SEVEN TIMES, BUT THEY GET SHORTER EVERY TIME AND EVENTUALLY ARE STRAINED OUT. TODAY, 90% OF PAPER PULP IS CREATED FROM WOOD. PAPER PRODUCION ACCOUNTS FOR ABOUT 35% OF FELLED TREES, AND REPRESENTS 1.2% OF THE WORLD‘S TOTAL ECONOMIC OUTPUT. RECYCLING ONE TON OF NEWSPRINT SAVES ABOUT 1 TON OF WOOD WHILE RECYCLING 1 TON OF PRINTING OR COPIER PAPER SAVES SLIGHTLY MORE THAN 2 TONS OF WOOD.
  • 27. MORNING TIMES IT HAS BEEN ESTIMATED THAT RECYCLING HALF THE WORLD’S PAPER WOULD AVOID THE HARVESTING OF 20 MILLION ACRES (81,000 km²) OF FORESTLAND.
  • 28. MORNING TIMESRECYCLE PROSSES
  • 29. MORNING TIMESADDITIONAL FACILITIES• SMS SERVICES.• SPECIAL VOUCHERS.• SPECIAL LAST MINUTE REVISION TIPS FOR S.S.C & H.S.C STUDENTS.• AN EXTRA SUPPLEMENT CONTAINING IMPORTANT QUESTIONS FOR S.S.C & H.S.C STUDENTS PRIOR TO 3 MONTHS BEFORE EXAM.
  • 30. ADDITIONAL FACILITIES•MAKE YOUR OWN SCHOOL/COLLEGENEWSPAPER•SPECIAL SEMINAR ON CAT FOR MBASTUDENTS.•A SPECIAL SEMINAR FOR BUSINESSMENAFTER BUDET IS ANNOUNCED
  • 31. MORNING TIMESCOMPETITOR The tough competitor s for MT are – TIMES OF INDIA HINDUSTAN TIMES
  • 32. MORNING TIMESSr POINTS MORNING TIMES OF INDIA HINDUSTANno. TIMES TIMES1 ESTABLISHE 2007 1838 1924 D2 OWNER KAPOOR PRINTS THE TIMES INDIA HT MEDIA LTD GROUP3 SISTER •NONE •THE ECONOMIC NONE NEWSPAPER TIMES •NAVBHARAT TIMES
  • 33. MORNING TIMESSr MORNING TIMES OF INDIA HINDUSTANno. TIMES TIMES4 CIRCULATIO N (IN 1.75 15.88 7.16 LAKHS)5 DAILY MAIN PAPER MAIN MAIN PAPER + SUPPLEMEN +MIX PAPER+BOLLYWO HT CAFÉ +ONE TS MASALA+ONE OD TIMES SUPPLEMENT SUPPLEMENT +MUMBAI (NOT DAILY)+ +GLIMPSES(SUN MIRROR+ ONE HT BRUNCH DAY) SUPPLEMENT (SUNDAY)6 PRICE Rs. 3.00 & Rs. 5.00 & Rs.3.00 & Rs.3.50 Rs. 5.50 (SUNDAY) Rs.3.50 ( SUNDAY) (SUNDAY)
  • 34. MORNING TIMESOUR WEBSITE morningtimes12.html
  • 35. MORNING TIMES