Andhrajyothi is a telugu newspaper published as a daily in telugu language. andhrajyothi is owned by aamoda Publications pvt ltd. Vemuri Radha Krishna is the Managing Director of Aamoda Publications. Andhrajyothi was re launched in 2002. K,Srinivas is the editor for andhrajyothi.
Andhrajyothi is having its operational headquarters at Journalist Colony, Jubilee Hills Hyderabad. Andhrajyothi is having a circulation of nearly 5 lakh copies a day. Andhrajyothi is third large circulated telugu daily newspaper and eenadu and sakshi occupying the first and second places.
Andhrajyothi is also having its online edition in telugu as well as epaper. www.andhrajyothy.com is the website for online edition in telugu and www.epaper.andhrajyothy.com is the epaper of andhrajyothi in pdf. Apart from daily telugu newspaper andhrajyothi is havng its own news channel in telugu.
How to view andhrajyothi epaper: readers can view andhrajyothi epaper at www.epaper.andhrajyothy.com. But to watch in a better clarity one has to register at www.epaper.andhrajyothy.com and then they have to login at the website to read or down loanload the articles that are interesting to read and they can be saved as image files. Andhrajyothi epaper is free of cost.
Andhrajyothi daily news paper consists of main edition, supplementary edition, district edition and Sunday edition. Navya is the weekly published in telugu by andhrajyothi group.
Districts in Andhra Pradesh from where Andhrajyothi publishes news paper: Adilanbad, Kadapa, Anantapur, Chittor, kurnool, East and West Godavari, Visakhapatnam, Guntur, Hyderabad, Karimnagar, Nalgonda, medak, Mahaboobnagar, Vzianagaram, Srikakulam, Krishna, rangareddy, Nizamabad and Warangal.
Andhrajyothi is also published in tamilnadu and Karnataka and publishes from Chennai and Bangalore.