BY KALYANI SHANKAR| IN OPINION |22/05/2017
PIO to four prime ministers whom he was powerful enough to influence, he was also always available to the juniormost reporters.
While the press protection law signals to police and prosecutors that protecting journalists is high on the political agenda, it dilutes protections they already have as citizens,
BY AN ANALYST| IN MEDIA BUSINESS |13/05/2017
The saga of a media group that has had, in the last decade and a half, more ups and downs than a roller coaster in an amusement park.
BY MOAZUM MOHAMMAD| IN DIGITAL MEDIA |16/05/2017
Two weeks into the ban, the question to ask is whether the situation has improved and whether protests in Kashmir have abated.
BY ARUNODAY MAJUMDER| IN OPINION |25/05/2017
Critics who have got their knickers in a twist over the film betray their ignorance and expose the poverty of cinema commentary,
If Fox chose to disclose that it paid $45 million over nine months to settle sexual harassment claims, including those against Ailes, it had good business reasons for doing so.
BY CHINTAMANI RAO| IN MEDIA BUSINESS |22/05/2017
Republic TV’s entry, its over-the-top first week ratings, and its alleged manipulation of distribution expose the weaknesses of a system where the ratings agency is broadcaster-owned.
BY SREELATA MENON| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |12/05/2017
Arnab Goswami’s wild accusations against Shashi Tharoor show that increasingly the fear of being charged with defamation fails to stop scurrilous attacks.
BY AN ANALYST| IN MEDIA BUSINESS |13/05/2017
Why the promoters acquired control over an obscure non-banking company, pumped cash into it and set it up as the parent company holding investments in the media operations of the Group.
BY AN ANALYST| IN MEDIA BUSINESS |13/05/2017
No amount of ‘restructuring’ could turn operations around. Soon a change in management and ownership control became the only feasible course of action.
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While many Delhi broadsheets had full page ads by the Kerala Government completing one year in office, Economic Times went one better and tied up with the state government for  another page at the back of the ad which it called a 'consumer connect initiative'. The interview carried there with CM Pinarayi Vijayan is a textbook example of a paid news promotion.                   

This was ET's blooper for the day. It tweeted its May 24 story on how the Bhim Army uses social media to recruit soldiers, but confused the Bhim Army with the Bhim payment app! So the tweet said, "How @NCPI_BHIM uses social media to recruit its soldiers..."  Someone from the Bhim Army pointed out the goof, much merciless ribbing on Twitter followed,  and then ET quickly deleted the tweet.                                 

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