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About Malayala Manorama

Malayala Manorama – Kerala’s Favorite Newspaper

 

Malayala Manorama is the most popular Malayalam newspaper of the country and has a readership over 16 million. The newspaper was launched as a weekly during 1890. But it became a news daily shortly after owing to its growing popularity.  Manorama Group, owners of Malayala Manorama also releases two other publications called the The Week and Manorama Yearbook. 



Reasons for popularity:

Malayala Manorama made a mark in the newspaper fraternity due to its honest reporting policy.  It was this attitude that urged Manorama to remain at the forefront during the India’s struggle against the British Empire.  However the publication had to pay a heavy price for following freedom of expression as they were banned for nine long years.  Malayala Manorama never needed to look back once it reappeared on the scene post independence.

Today this newspaper published in Kerala reaches to readers all across the state and other cities of the country. In fact Malayala Manorama has also introduced a Gulf edition for readers settled in the Middle East.

Growth of advertising in Malayala Manorama:

Malayala Manorama has a gross readership over 16 million and covers cities like Kozhikode, Trivandrum, Kochi, Kottayam, Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai etc. In addition to this, this Malayali newspaper has also received widespread acceptance in the Gulf region. All these factors make Malayala Manorama an ideal choice for booking newspaper classifieds.

Competition:

Mathrubhumi & Kerala Express are the two main regional newspapers that compete against Malayala Manorama within Kerala.  Manorama also faces some stiff competition from English broadsheets like Times Of India in the north and Hindu in the Southern half. 

Malayala Manorama Blog

Malayala Manorama Matrimonial –Popularity and Relevance
Mon, 18 Aug 2014 14:23:48
The importance of marriage in India is quite extreme compared to other modern nations. While other countries believe that almost all marriages are based on love and mutual adjustments, a staggering majority of marriages in India are arranged by parents, relatives or senior members of the family. These arranged marriages mostly take place through...
Why Publish Your Advertisement in Malayala Manorama?
Tue, 29 Apr 2014 14:20:29
Before starting any discussion about advertising in Malayala Manorama, we must, first look at advertising and the need for advertising in a glance. Our first concern is why do we need to advertise in the first place? What makes advertisers spend huge lump sums of money on advertisements? The answer revolves around ‘to garner maximum...
How do I compose/translate my ad in a regional language to be published in a regional newspaper?
Thu, 26 Sep 2013 11:30:19
Often advertisers as well as readers who rely heavily on regional newspapers for advertising and receiving information look for ads in published in regional languages. Ads composed in regional languages can be consulted and referred to by readers in remote areas who do not have much knowledge of the English language. Regional language ads are...
Which is the most Cost effective newspaper for publishing business promotional ads in Kerala region?
Tue, 17 Sep 2013 09:13:26
Our database and other crucial media sources, point towards the fact that there are around 22 regional newspapers that delivers news to the households of Kerala, on a daily basis. Of the 22 newspapers are Deepika , Kerala Express, Malayala Manorama , Malayalam Times, Mathrubhumi, Deshabhimani, Kerala Kaumudi , Mangalam Daily  are the few which...
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