BY AJITH PILLAI| IN ARCHIVE |30/04/2016
A Hoot Retrospective from 2013: Tourism in Rome, Milan and Sicily will get a boost as Indian investigators shop for insights into the chopper deal.
BY AJITH PILLAI| IN BOOKS |21/08/2014
By conventional mass communication theories, media attention is a great force multiplier.
BY AJITH PILLAI| IN OPINION |15/08/2013
The story of stories that go unpublished is nothing new in the media. Some of them fall into the category of scoops deliberately ignored.
BY AJITH PILLAI| IN OPINION |25/07/2013
When a general election looms, the competition among PR agencies hots up.
BY AJITH PILLAI| IN OPINION |18/07/2013
AIM is a book that would be of interest to those in the media since it not only gives an insider's view of how the IB functions but also explains how it manipulates the media.
BY AJITH PILLAI| IN OPINION |11/07/2013
Despite all the material success, once every five years, Swami Editoananda makes it a point to take time out to gaze into future trends in the media.
BY AJITH PILLAI| IN OPINION |04/07/2013
Following the recent elevation of Narendra Modi as the BJP's face for 2014, Division A2Z under Agent Moody Moody was asked to study the new PM-hopeful and his impact on the media.
BY AJITH PILLAI| IN OPINION |27/06/2013
Stories from Aapka Worldwild, a news agency that promises the Indian media the moon and beyond, hope to change the face of print and television news forever.
BY AJITH PILLAI| IN OPINION |20/06/2013
Diagnosed after a survey among media owners. Check out the questions and answers Dr De (Press) passed on to Dr Khullar for his edification.
BY AJITH PILLAI| IN OPINION |13/06/2013
B&S share excerpts from Esop's fables, with their own interpretations, with The Hoot since it covered in detail Forbes (India) sacking its editor and three senior staffers.
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Bhupender Chaubey had Yogendra Yadav on a poll eve panel on CNN News 18, and  flashed the unflattering predictions Yadav had made about how the BJP would fare in the Gujarat elections. Thereafter kept rubbing it in every now and then during the show that Yadav was no longer a psephologist  but a politician, so his predictions had to be treated as such. To which Yadav wondered why he had been invited on the panel but could barely be heard above Chaubey's shouting.                

HT has made Kunal Pradhan, its Delhi editor for the past few months, Executive Editor of the paper. But it has still not named an editor for Mint, after its editor Sukumar Ranganathan moved to HT as Editor-in-chief.            

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