BY NUPUR BASU| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |30/07/2015
The night before Yakub Memon’s execution, the television channels were filled with vituperation.
BY VIKRAM JOHRI| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |28/07/2015
News of former president Abdul Kalam’s death plunged some television channels into confusion.
BY GOWHAR GEELANI| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |27/07/2015
To be a journalist in Kashmir is to be prey to violence, suspicion, accused of taking sides and having to think of the consequences of every word.
BY NIKHIL PAHWA| IN MEDIA BUSINESS |22/07/2015
We’ve now been profitable for six of our seven years, but chosen to grow our bottomline, not our topline.
BY PRANATI B. MEHRA| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |29/07/2015
The Daily in Mumbai with a handful of staff scooped three sensational exclusives related to the blasts.
BY BINOO K. JOHN| IN OPINION |27/07/2015
Only the Financial Times’ huge digital subscriber base can explain the price Nikkei has paid for it.
BY CHINTAMANI RAO| IN BOOKS |27/07/2015
Nalin Mehta’s impressive knowledge of the television industry is evident in his latest book but bias and inconsistencies mar it.

Peeved at the 'spectacle' TV was making of Yakub Memon's hanging, Kiran Bedi gave a tutorial to CNN-IBN's  Zakka Jacob on how not to escalate public passions. Stop giving a blow-by-blow account.  Take away the cameras and the people would cease gathering near the Nagpur jail.  Just announce the hanging and say when the body was handed over.  "BBC and CNN don't do this (kind of coverage) and TRPs are not on their minds."  Said Jacob,"It's an online world. Twitter leads the news agenda". Bedi: "Each picture is a 1000 words, each picture is  a 1000 tweets. So why the blow-by-blow coverage of how the body would be moved?" 

Perhaps to indicate how strongly the paper felt about the death penalty an editorial for The Hindu's July 30 editions was uploaded on its website around 10 pm on Wednesday 29 July. It began,“Judicial finality need not necessarily mean that India should hang Yakub Memon,” and referred to the fresh mercy plea that the President was to pronounce on, that night.