Annurag Batra feels factual reporting is required for controversies surrounding media houses.
The resurrection of Newsweek has been announced. At least that’s what Tina Brown, the editor-inchief of both Newsweek and The Daily Beast, the online news site that was combined with the magazine last year, will have us believe.
A friend loves to cook. And he loves chicken. He loves to surf the Net too. That, he says, is quite a desirable mix. Earlier, he had to Google for ‘Chicken+recipe+Indian...’
Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari is perhaps one of the few politicians who can give sound bytes as fluently in Hindi as he does in English
Ambika Soni, who recently resigned from the post of I&B Minister, has many feathers in her cap, including the imminent digitization of broadcast
The Urban Dictionary defines the ‘Breaking News Syndrome’ as “the inability for some individuals to assess the entire story before bringing titbits to the table in the form of fact”
Though traditional media should be thanking the world wide web for several reasons, jumping on to the Net bandwagon is not the solution for journalism that is losing its sheen because of societal corruption and misdirected energy