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 BINOO K. JOHN| IN OPINION |21/07/2015
If Jeff Bezos fails to turn the paper around, the death knell will sound for all papers.
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 GEETA SESHU| IN MEDIA FREEDOM |23/07/2015
…the burning question is, why more journalists are being assaulted and murdered? Has the nature of the profession changed, bringing new risks?
BY VIKRAM JOHRI| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |28/07/2015
News of former president Abdul Kalam’s death plunged some television channels into confusion.
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.

The passing away of Abdul Kalam was big news because of the kind of president he was. The coverage on television shifted from the  Gurdaspur terror attack during peak time on most television channels the moment the story broke from Shillong. It was as if there was no attack,  with all and sundry who could be got being asked to speak a line or two about Kalam, no doubt a popular President.