Friday 20 January 2017

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After long, journos enjoyed a PC, of strange bedfellows…

It was different than a routine press conference for all the media persons today. READ

TV anchor gets 2000 threat calls from RSS, BJP for discussing Simriti speech

A Malayalam television news anchor Sindhu Sooryakumar is receiving a series of threatening calls and abuses from BJP and RSS after she hosted a show to discuss whether worshiping the mythological demon god Mahishasura amounted ... READ

JNU ‘sedition’ row: When media became part of the story

“Reports and images circulate the globe with amazing speed via Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, blogs, cell phones, and email. READ

Zee News producer quits over channel’s handling of JNU row

Watching TV coverage of the Jawaharlal Nehru University sedition case can be a study in contrast. READ

Enough is Enough

Watch video blog of Rajdeep Sardesai, India's one of the leading TV journalist on the attack on journalists at Patiala House court in New Delhi, when they had gone there to report about the ongoing ... READ

GUJ condemns attack on journos in Delhi

Goa Union of Journalists has condemned attack on journalists by a group of people, who called themselves lawyers, in Delhi yesterday while covering the JNU student leader’s case. READ

Journos take to streets to protest attack by 'lawyers'

Top editors of national media and hundreds of journalists on Tuesday hit the streets in New Delhi demanding action against those involved in beating up members of their fraternity in a court complex in police ... READ

110 journalists killed in 2015, mostly in 'peaceful' countries

A total of 110 journalists were killed around the world in 2015, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said today, warning that more were being deliberately targeted for their work in supposedly peaceful countries. READ

Media sells the news and runs it for advertisers: Coutinho

The media of India today has become an industry selling the news and satisfying the advertisers, who are filling its coffers. Thus we need to strengthen the Press Council of India as a disciplinary authority ... READ

Rupesh bailed out, but with stringent conditions

Journalist Rupesh Samant has been granted conditional bail by both the courts, in Panaji and Margao, but with stringent conditions laid down on his movement. READ