BY SHINZANI JAIN| IN OPINION |24/04/2017
Otherwise the media can never portray the reality of Kashmir in a way that will help Indians understand Kashmiri aspirations.
BY PRABHAKAR KULKARNI| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |17/04/2017
Maharashtra’s farm daily Agrowon offered a counter to the SBI chief, the RBI governor, and English newspapers critical of the UP farm loan waiver.
BY PADMAJA SHAW| IN MEDIA BUSINESS |13/04/2017
Business houses, politicians, parties and individuals – to protect their economic interests, exert political influence, or just do journalism.
BY MOAZUM MOHAMMAD| IN MEDIA FREEDOM |12/04/2017
Journalists are forced to dictate or fax copy. Or beg, borrow and steal to get a connection.
BY NUPUR BASU| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |20/04/2017
Why Theresa May will not agree to take part in a TV debate in the forthcoming elections, is hogging the limelight
When Mark Zuckerberg said “Live is like having a TV camera in your pocket” he did not anticipate what Facebook’s new feature might trigger in a conflict situation,
BY SHAHNAZ BASHIR| IN DIGITAL MEDIA |18/04/2017
The media are doing a grave disservice to the realities of Kashmir in the way they brazenly distort and misinform. It angers Kashmiris,
BY GEETA SESHU| IN LAW AND POLICY |11/04/2017
Does the new law water down what the IPC provides in terms of adequate punishment for grievious assault? Also, freelancers and stringers are not covered,
BY ANALYST AT LARGE| IN MEDIA BUSINESS |10/04/2017
Print is profitable despite narrower margins than TV, the television business has a stockpile of past losses to wipe out.
BY MOAZUM MOHAMMAD| IN DIGITAL MEDIA |09/04/2017
Youths posting videos of clashes and urging people to help militants escape presents a new problem for the security forces
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ET Now is reported to have started a process of laying off employees, and plans to replace them with free lancers. Eight people in the Delhi bureau were given pink slips last week and some in smaller bureaus. These are at the desk, and also include cameramen and OB van personnel.                         

A CRPF jawan is seen in this Times Now story on the Sukma attack giving a soundbite to ANI and another TV mic even as he is laid up in a hospital bed with a breathing tube attached. A tweet about this by @mediacrooks had some Twitterati fulminating about 'disgusting presstitutes' and other less printable descriptions. But why did the CRPF allow the media access to an injured man?                            

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