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.
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,
The story of the Bhopal edition, and how it was slowly stifled before it was shut down earlier this week.
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.
BY IRFAN QURAISHI| IN DIGITAL MEDIA |22/12/2016
Faced with shrinking revenues, newspapers are going digital and journalists are striking out on their own with digital media start ups
BY JYOTI PUNWANI| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |09/12/2016
An Adivasi woman and a former Naxalite speak about their expectations of mainstream media. But can it accommodate them,
BY NUPUR BASU| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |07/12/2016
Archival nostalgia became the highlights that gave viewers a rare insight into the otherwise aloof Amma.
BY HILAL MIR| IN MEDIA FREEDOM |17/11/2016
Rescind the NDTV ban but continue the six-week ban on Kashmir Reader. This discrepancy is just a small part of the differential treatment Kashmir journalists face.
BY MUHAMMED SABITH| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |05/11/2016
Seven years ago, Kerala stopped giving government ads to Thejas on the grounds that the newspaper promoted religious hatred. The policy continues.
BY SARADA LAHANGIR| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |01/11/2016
Through her series for Kalinga TV, Sarada Lahangir has laid bare the sufferings of the poorest families - and won the Ramnath Goenka award.
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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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