The media-corporate war rages on. This time, a Reliance official hits out at the CEO of Bennett, Coleman and Co. Ltd, which owns the Times of India group.
Where was this interest – let alone concern – when floods ravaged large parts of Assam barely over a month ago? There was hardly any twitter buzz, newspapers and news channels woke up to the tragedy almost as an afterthought.
The Jindal-Zee fight is a moment of truth for India's media. It can choose to cleanse itself, or lose a golden opportunity.
It’s not just Nissan. Brand after brand (aided and abetted by creative and media agencies) are looking for the elusive innovation – much as digital agencies are asked to ‘create a viral’.
Why is it that the media took up the DLF-Vadra investigation only after Arvind Kejriwal made it an issue?
The New Yorker gets confirmation from the TOI Group about the existence of pay-for-play, but gets it wrong on the industry's real growth and profitability
Is Haryana really the topper in terms of anti-Dalit atrocities? Why doesn't the media look more closely at the numbers?
The magazine's cover essay, Muslim Rage: How I Survived It, How We Can End It, has spawned a huge response on Twitter.
Both the Congress and the BJP launched battle of perceptions, none emerged clear winner.
The extreme scrutiny and ignominy Fareed Zakaria faced in the US contrasts with how we treat our own media's transgressions.
The justification — from within the mainstream media — of the government's blatantly partisan social media clampdown in the guise of defending "national security" betrays a larger professional failing.
Free speech isn't absolute, but in attempting to clamp down on social media, the government is looking away from the real source of hate rhetoric, and looking to control the levers of an emerging information power.
The drought-to-bumper crop headline change is symptomatic of all that is wrong with Indian media today.