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Brokering News – Media, Money and Middlemen

Indian media has much to be proud of as a significant part of Indian democracy. But, there is an increasing public disenchantment, not just with its shrillness, sermonising and sensationalism, but with its core value – integrity. News market in India is getting too crowded while the advertising pie is getting thinner. Media houses are furiously engaged in finding new and innovative ways to augment their dwindling revenues. One route to prosperity is passing off sponsored news as professional news – journalism is up for sale and selling of editorial space has become both blatant and institutionalised and neither the print nor the electronic media are immune to the malaise.

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Posted by on Apr 27 2013. Filed under वीडियो. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

1 Comment for “Brokering News – Media, Money and Middlemen”

  1. Rajendranath Mehrotra

    The news, which should be on ‘Headlines’, is completely omitted but sensualized news becomes prominent. Recent hate speech of Owaisi and massacre of hindus in Bangladesh could never find a place in any media.

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