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Autocar India
Autocar India is the country’s leading authority for car and motorbike buyers.

Having pioneered road testing in India, its road test verdicts are the last word on new cars and bikes. Its monthly content of exclusive news, features and riveting stories continues to be unrivalled.

Autocar India is lauded for its high level of editorial content and production standards, and the magazine is complemented by its website AutocarIndia.com.

Autocar India pioneered the concept of advertorials in India, conceptualised and created by the in-house Special Projects team. The magazine also has the biggest and liveliest classified services section of any monthly motoring magazine.

What Car?
What Car? (Indian edition) seems to have been just what the doctor ordered for the new-car buyer in India.

The country’s first car magazine for everyday people has received an excellent market response.

From the latest news, to group tests of vehicles, through to investigative reports and in-depth buying advice, this bi-monthly is helping buyers make an informed choice.

At only Rs 30, What Car? has been priced low to ensure penetration beyond the metro cities and into smaller towns across the length and breadth of the country.

Just four issues old, the magazine is being heavily promoted through ads on busbacks and hoardings and in leading newspapers.

The annual What Car? Road Test Directory is also proving to be a great success.

Autocar Professional
Autocar Professional is a twice-monthly B2B publication targeted at the Indian automotive industry.

It's delivered to key executives and decision-makers, and provides in-depth analysis of this booming market through its concise news, incisive interviews and accurate data.

It also gives the latest information on the automotive markets of China, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.

Autocar Professional also publishes an annual Directory, a comprehensive guide to almost 2000 products and companies.

What Hi-Fi?
What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision India was launched in 2005 as Haymarket’s first non-automotive title in India.

Initially a quarterly magazine, it received an enthusiastic reception from the industry, advertisers and readers.

Drawing heavily on content generated in the UK and benefiting from the title’s worldwide reputation, the Indian edition of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision has become the country’s magazine of choice among audiophiles and home-cinema buyers.

With the consumer electronics market booming in India, more retailers opening and more country-specific products being developed, the significance and importance of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision grows, and it is expected that the title will soon become monthly.

Stuff
The Indian edition of Haymarket gadget title Stuff offers the lowdown on lifestyle gadgets, luxury gadgets, private jets, yachts and adventure sports.

Like the original UK edition, Stuff India aims to become one of the most recognisable magazines on the rack.

Although its target audience is men in their 20s and 30s, readers of all ages and genders are bound by one common trait: an addiction to the shiny things in life.

Editor Nishant Padhiar, former the editor of T3 and consultant editor on AV Max, also edits the Indian edition of fellow Haymarket title What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision.

Stuff India is among 25 international editions of the title, which together reach more than one million readers worldwide.

Campaign India
Campaign India magazine was launched in September 2007 and has since grown to be the authoritative voice of India’s media, marketing and advertising community.

Every fortnight, Campaign India brings readers news on the latest developments, thought-provoking and timely analysis and informed debate on issues that confront practitioners in the country.

The magazine draws heavily on its heritage as the sister title to Campaign in the UK and Media in Hong Kong. This parentage allows Campaign India access to the finest articles and features and brings those that are relevant to the Indian environment to readers of Campaign India.

The title, within seven months from launch, was the official newsletter to the Goafest 2008, the annual three-day celebration of advertising.

Following the tradition of its sister titles, Campaign India will bring readers of the Indian edition supplements that will focus on particular aspects of the industry from time to time.

PrintWeek
Printing is one of India’s largest industries, and PrintWeek India is the first truly nationwide title to cover its issues and news.

Modelled on Haymarket’s essential UK print trade weekly, PrintWeek, the magazine is written, produced and printed in India and includes dedicated specialist sections to cater for pre-media, digital, press, post-press, paper and print buying sectors.

At its launch in 2008, PrintWeek India’s target distribution was 12,000 print professionals in 200 cities. This controlled free circulation – audited from launch by media industry watchdog BPA Worldwide – will rise to a maximum of 20,000 by the end of 2010, when the magazine will become a paid-for subscription title.

Editor Ramu Ramanathan has 20 years’ print industry experience and leads a team of full-time, independent journalists covering national and global print business news, trends and analysis.

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