BY BHARAT DOGRA| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |21/01/2017
For 25 years, Srote Feature Service and Journal has tried to enhance scientific temper in society by generating articles for readers of Hindi publications.
But the case shows how contempt is misused by the courts to crush critical reports quickly while the final ruling takes years to come.
The story of the Bhopal edition, and how it was slowly stifled before it was shut down earlier this week.
BY USHA M. RODRIGUES| IN DIGITAL MEDIA |12/01/2017
The PM’s Twitter strategy both for the currency ban and his other schemes has been artfully crafted to create a positive aura around him,
BY VIPIN PUBBY| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |18/01/2017
What could be a crucial asset in the polls is the control over cable networks in the state which SAD is believed to have,
BY JIM NAURECKAS| IN OPINION |21/01/2017
Apprehensive as they are about what a Trump presidency might bring, mainstream media pundits stoutly defend the legitimacy of his election.
BY AMMU JOSEPH| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |18/01/2017
One paper coined the term and others picked up from there. A fortnight later a counter narrative was being energetically pushed out.
BY PUSHPA ACHANTA| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |12/01/2017
The regional media allow discrimination against women and dalits to flourish, a Network of Women in Media conference was told recently.
As elections get under way, the prospect of political hate speech looms large. A five-point test for journalists on how to minimize damage when they report.
BY JUSTIN BUCHLER| IN OPINION |09/01/2017
The Trump presidency will challenge the press and make nonpartisan journalistic norms difficult to follow,
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The National Media Council of UAE invited the Doordarshan correspondent  posted in Dubai to  accompany the delegation  of the  Crown Prince of  Abu Dhabi to India. He is here to be the chief guest at the Republic Day parade. It also invited the correspondents of Malayalam Manorama and Mathrubhoomi. The journalist who could not accept the invitation was the DD correspondent who was denied permission by her bosses in New Delhi. This despite the fact that the national broadcaster. WAM, the official news agency of UAE government, is also set to sign an agreement with Prasar Bharti during this visit.          

Arnab Goswami's successor at Times Now, Rahul Shivshankar, launched his own signature show last night (January 23) with much fanfare. India Upfront succeeds Goswami's Newshour and guess what, does much the same thing. Hollers away about the misdeeds of this government's critics. The story on Teesta Setalvad  by the anchor's own admission was based on material already in the public domain. Excerpts from an HRD report were read out by a reporter, questions that have been asked before by her critics were asked,  and overall the show would have gladdened  hearts in  the ruling dispensation. But why launch a new show without a new story to tell?                         
 
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