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India's news media is a global byword in bad taste, its social media is crawling with trolls. How do we fix this?
The questions publishers tackle online and their responses are the same anywhere in the world
The whole discussion around media consumption and growth is dangerously biased towards digital
The world's second largest TV market continues to grow and surprise
Social media or news television simply reflects the hate and abuse inside society. Controlling that is our job, not some tech company's
What do the coming ownership changes at Star and Zee mean for the Indian entertainment market?
Trai's tariff order raises old questions with new convoluted answers
Why Hindi cinema superstars flounder in their fifties
Informed lobbying, more communication with consumers and fighting hate with civility on social media should be the industry's resolutions this year
Could the regulator's focus on broader issues that facilitate growth and employment in TV instead of worrying about ratings?
The viewership for kabaddi has fallen by almost 40 per cent over the last season. Could that be good news for Star India?
The making of India's first global media firm and pushing broadcasting bureaucracy into action are possible fallouts of Zee's search for a strategic partner
Should private broadcasters stop bidding for sporting events? Should they give up hope of having the right to price their content?
The hit parade of well-made films continues, ticket sales are creeping up and OTTs are upping the game in one of the best years for the industry
Just like their American counterparts, Indian talent agencies are morphing into quasi-media firms. Can it work?