In his column Media Mantras, Annurag Batra reflects on the positive chatter surrounding Prime Minister designate Narendra Modi, based on the confidence he showed during his Television interviews
In his column Media Mantras, Annurag Batra reflects on the controversy surrounding Doordarshan, analyses the role of the public broadcaster and reasons why Prasar Bharti needs independence from the bureaucracy
Travel journalism plays a growing role today in an otherwise hard news obsessed world. Journalists writing about tourism and travel nowadays exhibit greater as well as global understanding of events they cover and places they discover.
In his column Media Mantras, Annurag Batra looks at the BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi's usage of social media and the crucial role played by the media in taking Modi’s message to the masses
In his column Media Mantra, Annurag Batra looks at The Economist article which doesn’t “endorse Modi for the top job” and wonders whether a publication can “recommend” to the electorate “the lesser evil”?
In his column Media Mantras, Annurag Batra talks about the perils of reporting in South Asia today, one of the most dangerous regions for journalists in the world
Annurag Batra talks of NDTV's boycott of coverage of the Taliban, after its members killed nine persons – including a well known journalist– at a hotel in Kabul. But does such a boycott adhere to the tenets of journalism, he asks, because the Press has to be free and fair to all
Annurag Batra in his column Media Mantras dwells on how the advent of technology and the Internet have profoundly changed the practice of journalism and distribution of information
On the back of Arvind Kejriwal’s off-the-record comments going viral, Annurag Batra in his column Media Mantras mulls how politicians shoot from the lip, only to retract their statements later. He believes it’s not just politicians who should be careful but also media organizations
In his column Media Mantras, Annurag Batra looks at political advertising today that has become pervasive and inescapable. But, this form of intrusive advertising is totally opposite to austerity which politicians preach