BY AMRIT DHILLON| IN MEDIA FREEDOM |06/12/2016
A new report says that press freedom has declined to its lowest point in 12 years and, this time, some European countries are in the dock.
BY AMRIT DHILLON| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |03/11/2016
He’s going but the Newshour could not have gone on for much longer. After all, how low, how noisy, how crude, how abusive can you go?
BY AMRIT DHILLON| IN MEDIA FREEDOM |04/08/2016
The Pentagon’s revised military manual says journalists working independently in conflict zones are not necessarily spies or saboteurs, but civilians to be protected.
BY AMRIT DHILLON| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |15/07/2016
The appearance of British women politicians is dissected with a sexism that is mercifully unthinkable in India, so far.
BY AMRIT DHILLON| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |29/03/2016
A Hindustan Times’ report on her suicide commits all the same errors that the papers were guilty of in the Aarushi Talwar case
BY AMRIT DHILLON| IN MEDIA BUSINESS |18/03/2016
Although the German channel is available on some DTH platforms, it is now poised to reach the urban middle class through Tata Sky.
BY AMRIT DHILLON| IN OPINION |13/02/2016
What appeared in the HT was not a column but an Ode to Hollande by Karan Thapar  
BY AMRIT DHILLON| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |02/02/2016
The YouTube channel, Dalit Camera Ambedkar, captures events and emotions the mainstream media has no time for.
BY AMRIT DHILLON| IN OPINION |18/01/2016
Two new videos depicting men who accept dowry as objects purchased by the bride, have received very little play in the media.
BY AMRIT DHILLON| IN OPINION |20/11/2015
India’s intellectuals are guilty of dishonesty in their depiction of India under Modi.
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The Zee Group being a lead sponsor of the Jaipur Lit-fest  means that you get a dose of Zee News' Sudhir Chaudhary there every year, sometimes plugging one of the group's channels. This year someone from the audience asked him a direct question about fake videos to which he replied without batting an eyelid that India did not have credible institutions who could do a fair investigation.  The moderator chipped in, you have a remote, change the channel if you don't like it. Retorted a person in the audience, don't tell us what to do, improve yourselves.                                  

Catch News has just done a round of staff relocation between its Delhi, Noida and Jaipur offices. Whether you describe it as cost cutting or rationalisation depends on what you choose to believe. The moves are apparently aimed at facilitating the Rajasthan Patrika Group's plan to bring out an English daily from Jaipur, a project which has been in the works for a while. Other expansion plans such as a Malayalam version of Catch News seem to be on hold.              

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