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Apr 10, 2018
PCI reconstitution: Prominent media bodies write to Narendra Modi, urge PM's intervention to defer council meetAhead of the Press Council of India meeting, eight media bodies have sought Narendra Modi's intervention to defer the meet of the "truncated" council, alleging that the PCI chairman has adopted "arbitrary" procedure to reconstitute it
Apr 05, 2018
Delhi HC stays decision of Press Council of India rejecting nomination given by Indian Newspapers SocietyThe Delhi High Court has stayed the decision of the Press Council of India (PCI) rejecting a nomination given by the Indian Newspapers Society (INS) for filling up vacancies in its 13th term.
Feb 25, 2018
Free news gets harder to find as media organisations look to keep content behind paywallsFor those looking for free news online, the search is becoming harder.
Feb 24, 2018
Steve Jobs' 4-decade old handwritten job application to hit the auction block in March, could fetch $50,000Steve Jobs was barely 18-years old when and had recently dropped out of Reed College. The letter was clearly filled in when he was looking for employment as "electronics tech or design engineer."
Feb 22, 2018
In decade to 2015-16, exposure to media fell for those who spent more years in school, finds reportResearch shows exposure and access to media — which usually go hand in hand with higher education and income levels — are crucial for better health outcomes.
Nov 19, 2017
Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu to face questioning over corruption for second time in NovemberIsraeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to be questioned by police on Sunday for the second time this month over two alleged cases of corruption
Oct 30, 2017
Turkey set to resume trial of over 220 suspects linked to 2016 coup to unseat Recep Tayyip ErdoganA mass trial in Turkey is set to resume of more than 220 suspects accused of being among ringleaders of last year's coup bid to unseat Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Aug 17, 2017
Kiren Rijiju hails 'independent' Indian media for not toeing government line, 'like Chinese counterparts'The media in India and China cannot be compared as the fourth estate in this country is independent, while its counterparts in the Communist nation generally toe the official line, Union minister Kiren Rijiju said on Thursday
Jul 23, 2017
Spotlight journalist Michael Rezendes: 'Donald Trump's rhetoric has polarised Americans'Michael Rezendes, who was part of the Boston Globe Spotlight team's investigation into a sexual abuse cover-up scandal involving the Catholic Church (also the subject of the Oscar-winning film Spotlight, in which he was played by Mark Ruffalo), spoke to Firstpost about investigative journalism, Donald Trump and reporting in a 'post-truth' world
Jul 11, 2017
US newspapers to seek antitrust exemption to negotiate ad revenue with Facebook, GoogleAccording to media reports, Google and Facebook control nearly two-thirds of the digital advertising industry, and newspaper revenue from advertisements declined to $16 billion in 2016, down from about $50 billion 10 years earlier.