Debriefing after an unconference

BlogCamp drew to a close yesterday. Successful? Yes. I managed to spend some time there, yesterday. What I came back with is a sense that the online scene is “manned” by sensible people. This bright spark dawned on me not at the sessions but at the...

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...

Where IOJ stands

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Basis of media reform

If public interest is the basis of media reform then the professional and economic independence of media practitioners is a yardstick to measure the scenario. From the multi-edition big newspapers to the small town tabloids a de-unionised workforce is the norm. The...