Financial Chronicle

Summary

Financial Chronicle (FC) is an Indian English-language daily newspaper published since 2008. The newspaper primarily covers Indian economic and international business topics, and financial news and issues.[1][2]

TypeDaily newspaper
FormatBroadsheet
Owner(s)Deccan Chronicle Holdings Ltd.
Editor-in-chiefShubhrangshu Roy
Founded16 April 2008
Political alignmentRight-wing
LanguageEnglish
Headquarters36, Sarojini Devi Road, Hyderabad, India
Sister newspapersDeccan Chronicle
OCLC number724145224

EditionEdit

Financial Chronicle, edited by Shubhrangshu Roy, was simultaneously launched from Hyderabad and Chennai on 16 April 2008. The Bangalore edition was launched on 25 May, and the Mumbai edition on 20 June. With the launch of the New Delhi edition on 14 April 2009, Financial Chronicle completed its launch objective of five-city simultaneous publication within the first year itself. Financial Chronicle has had the shortest run-up to a newspaper launch in the history of Indian print journalism.[citation needed] It also has the record of reaching the maximum number of publication centres in the shortest span of time.[citation needed]

Financial Chronicle's e-paper was launched midnight of 15–16 April 2008. This makes FC the first paper to be launched electronically on the internet before its print launch. FC began its journey five days-a-week, Monday through Friday. It launched a Weekend tabloid edition beginning 10 September 2011.

Financial Chronicle also publishes four weekly all-colour feature sections.

FormatEdit

Financial Chronicle is a business broadsheet printed in white newsprint in 20 pages format on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and 16 pages format on Wednesdays. Its Weekend issue is published in 32 pages in tabloid format on Saturdays.

ManagementEdit

The paper is owned by Deccan Chronicle Holdings Limited (listed on Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange). Its flagship publication is Deccan Chronicle - an English daily widely circulated in the state of Andhra Pradesh and the second largest English daily in Chennai. Deccan Chronicle is also published from Bangalore.

At launch, Financial Chronicle set up an editorial advisory board that included legendary agricultural scientist Dr M S Swaminathan, and eminent public personalities including, former telecom regulator Mr Nripendra Mishra, Mindtree founder Mr Subroto Bagchi and Lok Sabha MP Mr Sachin Pilot. Mr T Venkattram Reddy is Chairman of the company. FC was the first Indian business daily to have appointed an Ombudsman. Former Sebi chairman Mr M Damodaran was appointed as the first Ombudsman of the paper. Mr Shubhrangshu Roy is Chief Operating Officer and Editor-in-chief of Financial Chronicle.

Associate partnerEdit

Financial Chronicle had a tie-up with International Herald Tribune which published the IHT World Business with Reuters as a four-page daily add-on, incorporating international news, views, analyses and features. The association ended with the global withdrawal of International Herald Tribune as a newspaper brand and its replacement with the International New York Times.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Reuters Editorial (16 April 2008). "Deccan Chronicle raises advertisement rates 30 pct". Reuters India.
  2. ^ Business Standard - "Business daily market gets new player"