I don’t know if you’ve noticed but something different is happening to English news TV in India. The best way to recognize the change is to look at what the channels were doing ten years ago and to then look at today’s formats. Read more

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Should one be able to defame people on the Internet without any fear of retribution? Should people who have been defamed on the Internet have no legal redress? Read more

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The relationship between television and politicians continues to fascinate me. Many politicians claim that TV is biased against them. Usually, those who complain are conservatives who feel that journalists are liberals and are therefore biased against them. Read more

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Is the TV boom over? It is certainly beginning to seem that way. In the English news space, only the Big Three (NDTV, Times and CNN-IBN) continue to rule the roost. Though Headlines Today has improved enormously, it has still to crash into the ranks of the Big Three. None of the new channels seem to have made an impact. And even then, I doubt if a single English news channel is making a profit. That’s why they are all cutting back, shedding staff and slashing salaries. Read more

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How bad is the recession in the media going to be? We know that print is an endangered species in the US. The Tribune company is bust, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer may close down (or become a web-only operation), the Washington Post is losing money and The New York Times is in financial trouble and constantly in the process of looking for more money from unlikely sources. Read more

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