- NL Sena
An internal mail announced that Dwaipayan Bose, the editor of Mail Today, will move to take charge of IndiaToday.in.
Mail Today, an English language tabloid published by the India Today Group, has suspended its print edition with plans to "reboot" in a "digital avatar".
Aroon Purie, the chairman and editor-in-chief of the India Today Group, sent an internal mail to employees, which said:
Purie said that Dwaipayan Bose, the editor of Mail Today, will move to take charge of IndiaToday.in, reporting to vice-chairperson Kalli Purie.
The mail continued:
Purie noted that the Covid pandemic has "drastically changed reader preferences" and that the "daily and rigorous news consumption on devices during the lockdown makes it clear that the newspaper print medium will not resurrect".
Prior to the pandemic, newspapers were already battered by the economic slowdown. For them, Covid is the final blow.