The current readership of Hindu borders near a huge 21.7 lakhs according to the Indian Readership Survey and a circulation of 14.6 lakhs as per the Audit Bureau of Circulations in 2012. There are several reasons behind the successful and constant growth of the readership of Hindu, which includes it’s fearless and reliable news reporting.
The implementation of new and advanced technology is the main reason that makes Hindu different from most other Indian newspapers. Hindu makes use of highly advanced and new age technical processes for page creation and printing. The fact that Hindu was the first newspaper in the country to have launched its own website almost more than decade back in 1995 to have access to a global audience.
In spite of its maximum popularity stemming from the southern part of India, Hindu has extensive reach across entire India. The newspaper has multiple editions which include all the major cities of India like Chennai, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Hyderabad City, Madurai, Bangalore, Mangalore, Trivandrum, Vishakhapatnam, Vijayawada, Trichy, Mysore and Delhi. This makes it obvious that Hindu has a fortified popularity in Southern India, mainly in Tamil Nadu as well as other metropolitan cities of India. Hindu is the advertiser’s haven for promoting their services or products in Southern India.