The media complains of ‘curtailing freedom of press,’ but it has also done itself in by indulging in power broking and profiteering, as the two worst examples of recent times show
The business of fake news has reached such a level that when the death of the kingpin of US fake news manufacturer Paul Horner was announced, one top commentator said: “But what if he’s not dead? Nothing’s true. Everything’s true!
Media repression in the southern states is thought to have started with RK Hegde, but continues unabated and even Gauri Lankesh’s murderers live free
The lady who was once at the forefront of protecting the media in Bengal when the Left ruled from ‘Writers Building’, Didi has shifted the secretariat to ‘Nabanna’ but, like CPIM, has continued with media terror
Their college, the St Joseph’s has also decided to adopt the school for a period of two years and will offer its help to experiment smart techniques of village development
The best known scribes in India’s largest state have willfully sold their souls to politicians and their own managements to bag huge largesse in terms of advertisements and palatial accommodation
The last three months have seen a sleaze hunt for Baba Ram Rahim’s carnality, but reports on abysmal health in India has been ignored in search of TRP
If a TV editor says that his choice of that evening’s major debating point is what has gained maximum currency on social media during the day, it shows the levels of ignorance among the present crop of high-flier anchors-editors
Though Indian media has always been in corporate hands, the recent interference with the business of news has become a threat, only to be exposed on the social media
It has been a silent metamorphosis that has shocked two persons the most, Narendra Modi and Amit Shah, and people are likening it to the makeover by his grandmother Indira Gandhi. Is the Congress looking up under Rahul Gandhi?