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Media Watch

May 2011

Supplementary Issue
 

Editorial

Media Convergence in current times

 
Rohit Manchanda, Editor, TSI Media Watch
 

It has been talked about as the ultimate threat as well as ultimate opportunity for media houses. For more than a decade, we have heard about its disruptive and transformative powers. But for most media houses in India, Convergence had remained just an esoteric word till recently because of low Internet penetration and a lack of understanding of what Convergence can do. That has decisively changed now.




Cover Story

King of Heartland

 
Rohit Manchanda and Mehnaz Nasreen
 

Aggressive marketing has helped the Dainik Bhaskar group dethrone competitors with ease in literally every market they have entered, write Rohit Manchanda and Mehnaz Nasreen.



My Days with Dainik Bhaskar

 
Uday Sinha
 

Uday Sinha, the former Executive Editor with Dainik Bhaskar, has been in the field of journalism for over 28 years. Presently, he is the Managing Editor with Channel One and has also worked as an Editor with Sahara Time and as an Executive Editor with The Pioneer.



Unlike Other Newspapers, We Give Readers What They Want

 
Rohit Manchanda and Mehnaz Nasreen
 

The Managing Director of Dainik Bhaskar Group in Jabalpur, Kailash Agarwal is also in-charge of Dainik Bhaskar’s five editions in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. Also the first cousin of Ramesh Agarwal, Chairman of DB Corp. Ltd., he speaks to Rohit Manchanda and Mehnaz Nasreen in an exclusive interview for TSI Media Watch




Paid News

‘There is a difference in Bharat and India’

 
Sanjeev Shrivastava
 

Sanjeev Shrivastava is an veteran journalist and educator with over 33 years of experience in print, radio, television and documentary cinema. He co-authored the report of the sub-committee of the Press Council of India called ‘Paid News:Page 28-29’. He has authored a textbook entitled ‘Media Ethics: Truth, Fairness and Objectivity: Making and Breaking News’, published by Oxford University Press.




Photo Feature

Anna v/s Irom: Media insensitivity in focus

 
Rambahadur Rai
 

Rambahadur Rai is a veteran journalist and a key Jayaprakash Narayan aide. He is the editor of Hindi forthnightly magazine Pratham Pravakta and the man behind the Hawala Scam expose.



On the ball, always

 
Spriha Srivastava
 

Popular cricket anchor Gautam Bhimani shares the secret of his success with Spriha Srivastava




Newsroom War

Poll battle divides media

 
Chandrasekhar Bhattacharjee, Sukumar Mitra
 

With the parties at loggerheads and media outlets openly taking sides, the political schism in Bengal has grown wider than ever before; write Chandrasekhar Bhattacharjee and Sukumar Mitra




New Media

Indian media in crisis of credibility

 
Praful Bidwai
 

Praful Bidwai, is a senior columnist and peace activist based in New Delhi. He has been associated with several leading newspapers in South Asia. He has written many thought-provoking pieces on all aspects of Indian politics, economy, society and its international relations.




International Media Watch

A Tale of Two Disasters

 
Saurabh Kumar Shahi
 

Foreign correspondents covering the near-meltdown in Japan found themselves grappling with a knowledge deficit in terms of nuclear science and its jargon, says Saurabh Kumar Shahi




Media Trend Graph

Analysis of the Coverage

 
Media Watch
 

As the situation in LIBYA has moved into the spotlight, Egypt has largely disappeared from the international news, with little coverage of the success of the revolution or the process of building a new government.




Regional Media Watch

Regional media

 
Media Watch
 

Monalisa Gogoi on how an Assamese reporter blew the lid off lies propagated by the state government.




International Column

American atrocities in Afghanistan

 
Dave Lindorff
 

Dave Lindorff is an investigative reporter based in Philadelphia. This article first appeared on uruknet.info.




Guest Column

The positive interventionist

 
Media Watch
 

A small-town boy makes it to the top of TV charts, this is Ashutosh’s story




Business

Tycoons as Holy Cows

 
Sutanu Guru
 

The sad truth is: Indian media has made it a habit to habitually glorify tycoons-even if they are crooked... By Sutanu Guru