India Ink: Newspapers Boom Where the Internet Doesn’t Reach – Wall Street Journal

NEW DELHI—These may be tough days for newspapers in the U.S. But in India, the old-school, ink-stained business is booming as more people from smaller cities join the middle class, boosting circulation and advertising revenue.

Hindi-language daily Amar Ujala just installed new presses at its plant on the outskirts of the Indian capital that will allow it to increase its print run by a third. Since 2011, the paper’s circulation has…

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