The most disturbing reality might be that there are “more Indians have access to a mobile phone than to a toilet,” but there are other digital facts like “60 percent of all households have cable and satellite” or that “DD National, covers about 92 percent of the 1,200 million-plus population,” and so on, makes for […]
Showcase of online journalism in India. Interesting facets of what’s happening in the online journalism scene.
The United States, which never quite tires calling itself the most powerful democracy in the world, for decades now has had presidents whose core strength has been their ability to pip their opponents at television debates. It has been so since Ronald Reagan down to Barack Obama. The election of Barack Obama as president though […]
My list of Indian Journalists @ TwitChimp: http://t.co/bK3lGmEo The free version allows only 100, would love to add more.
Insights into data journalism in Argentina – http://t.co/85ByqGmd
Shameful and unfortunate incident: RT @firstpostin: ‘Organised gang’ spreading clip on social media: Singhvi http://t.co/COwYdZKn
India: Media freedom threatened by violence, censorship and curbs on access to information http://t.co/ws0rqxll
Live blogging #isoj12 International Symposium on Online Journalism http://t.co/INjMLXGU
Reuters study: Online-only news sites struggle to survive http://t.co/q9w7ORV7
The number of mobile apps downloaded globally is expected to grow 38% to more than 32 billion this year. http://t.co/O9Ur3EHf
Berners-Lee blames music industry for trying to stop Interent openness http://t.co/K8NBuXda