IN MEDIA BUSINESS |02/09/2015
Why did the partnership between two media giants flounder? And why does the Zee group continue to absorb DNA’s losses a decade after its launch?
Diligent Media’s accumulated losses have resulted in the complete erosion of the net worth of the company, while its yearly losses affect Zee Media’s bottom line.
BY KAKOLI THAKUR| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |29/08/2015
We are experiencing a kind of journalism that has thrown all media ethics, morality and laws to the wind.
BY ANINDYA RAI VERMAN| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |31/08/2015
Every time media barons themselves are in the news for all the wrong reasons, the public never gets the answers it deserves.
BY Jyoti Punwani| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |01/09/2015
Violence is part of Hardik Patel's psyche. The media reports his talk of breaking hands and gouging out eyes but passes little judgement on it.
IN MEDIA BUSINESS |03/09/2015
A better gender balance in the newsroom makes for a smarter business strategy. Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of Bloomberg MATT WINKLER describes his dedicated strategy to increase the gender balance in both the newsroom and in the editorial coverage
BY ANJALI PURI| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |03/09/2015
Amidst all the hand-wringing over a woman’s, and a society’s morals, relatively few bells have been rung about the ethics of the media scrum that has developed around the Sheena Bora murder case.
BY NANDITA JHA| IN DEFAMATION |27/08/2015
Defamation cases against the media are being filed thick and fast in 2015, with the pace picking up as the year wears on.
BY GEETA SESHU| IN CENSORSHIP |25/08/2015
Two films on the Muzaffarnagar riots struggle to be seen as the censor board denies certification and right-wing activists disrupt screenings. Protest screenings of one of them are scheduled for today,
BY ANINDYA RAI VERMAN| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |24/08/2015
Do media exclusives, based on evidence from the security agencies, run counter to Narendra Modi's insistence on the need for 'secrecy' to get Dawood Ibrahim?
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The unrest caused by the Patel agitation triggered a ban on mobile-based Internet services  in Gujarat, which has now been lifted with the exception of Ahmedabad and Surat cities. The Hindu reports that the police fear that “Some miscreants could circulate video clips of clashes between the police and the residents and foment trouble.” No WhatsApp, no Facebook, no SMS or MMS and no Twitter. And no online bank transactions either. A first for Gujarat, but will sound familiar to people in Kashmir. 

 

A Tamil news channel is fighting an order issued by the I and B ministry, alleging that two of its broadcasts has showed the prime minister in poor light and violated certain provisions of the Programme Code prescribed under the Cable Television Network (Cable) Act, 1995. Sathiyam TV, a Chennai-based Tamil language news and current affairs channel approached the Delhi high court challenging this order, on Monday. The court has issued notice to the government on the matter. 

 

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Monday, August 31, 2015
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