Women under-represented in South Asian news media

There has been a discernible increase in the number of women journalists especially in English language newsrooms. But it is no surprise that women have not made it to decision-making positions in most news organisations. This and other concerns of women journalists...

Erasmus Mundus Masters degree

Admission to masters degree programme. Introduction Journalism is undergoing a fundamental transformation. Developments in technology, politics and society are increasingly putting the media industries and the profession of journalism at the centre of people’s...

Grameen Today, for you

Rural India is no more back of beyond. There’s a brand new fortnightly magazine Grameen Today that will focus on providing “a comprehensive knowledge of technologies, scientific knowledge and various policy issues that are of interest to the rural...

Future of a newspaper

It is uncommon to hear of journalists involving themselves in helping out the management about the future of a newspaper. I’ve heard only of ownership  of newspapers by journalists’ collectives and so on.  Here’s a new one: The Los Angeles Times...

An Indian media observer

It was a pleasant surprise to happen upon a newsletter on the Indian media by Chronosphere’s CEO Bhupesh Trivedi “personally”. Trivedi’s been bringing it out since May 2004, all the more surprising that I found out only now. The newsletter’s...