Politically, Apple Daily takes a pro-democracy and anti-China position and founder Jimmy Lai has repeatedly found himself on the receiving end of Chinese ire
The news comes as the Justice Department has disclosed in recent weeks that it seized the email and phone records of reporters in at least three separate instances during the Trump administration.
The name, meant to designate opinions that appeared on the page opposite the newspaper’s own viewpoints on issues, doesn’t make much sense at a time many people experience the writing digitally, said Kathleen Kingsbury, the Times’ opinion editor.
The quasi-judicial body warned the Indian publications that they will be held responsible for the reportage, irrespective of from where it sourced the article
Coronavirus outbreak isn't responsible for newspaper industry woes; over-reliance on ads and poor pricing strategy to blame
In these times of the coronavirus pandemic, one of the unhealthiest industries around is the newspaper (print) industry. Most of its troubles are of its own making, but going by its matchless chutzpah, you would not think it was so
Turning newspapers into sculpture: Amritah Sen's unique art traverses fear, life's uncertainties and politics
Kolkata-based artist Amritah Sen's intriguing creations, a hybrid of newspapers or books and sculptures, mirror the society as we know it today. The results are stirring images that follow her stream of consciousness, to reflect grotesque realities, capturing the artist's reactions to the world around her.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Disrupted distribution will hit newspapers in the near term, reading patterns bound to change
Viewership on electronic and digital medium is up, but companies are withholding advertisements revenues, be it in any sector-- auto, real estate, FMCG categories, etc.
Amid liquidity crunch, DNA downs shutter on its print edition, to go fully digital; cites changing reader preference
Amidst the liquidity crunch the parent Zee Group faces and staggered closure, it's print venture, the Daily News & Analysis (DNA) on Wednesday said it is stopping print edition from Thursday and will go digital, citing changing reader preferences
A 40-year-old CPM newspaper in Tripura, Daily Deshar Katha, has been ordered closed by the government on technical grounds.
Research shows exposure and access to media — which usually go hand in hand with higher education and income levels — are crucial for better health outcomes.
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
According 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.
Britain's The Guardian newspaper will switch to tabloid format from early 2018, the newspaper's owner said on Tuesday, after deciding to outsource the printing of its two best-known titles in a bid to keep costs down
Facebook has launched a British newspaper advertising campaign to warn users of the dangers of fake news.
India is a democracy and citizens have a constitutionally guaranteed right to a freedom of speech and expression which they can enforce via the Indian court system.
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Local newspapers in Kashmir Valley were on Thursday back on the stands after five days, a day after Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti met editors.
Kashmir newspapers are expected to hit the stands on Thursday after the government assured editors and publishers that their work won't be hindered by the heightened security in the Kashmir Valley in the wake of unrest that has left over 40 people dead and hundreds injured.
Local newspapers in curfew-bound Kashmir failed to hit the stands on Monday for the third consecutive day after the government's alleged "clampdown".
Calling it an "attack" on the freedom of the press, Indian Journalists Union (IJU) has protested the alleged "clampdown" on the media in Kashmir Valley and demanded that it be allowed to function unhindered.