India's media boom: the good news and the bad
‘India’s Media Boom: the good news and the bad’ is a collection of timely essays about the extraordinarily vibrant – but seriously flawed – media landscape in India.
On the one hand, India boasts more than 200 24x7 news channels, 250 private FM stations and the world’s biggest-selling English language newspaper in the world, the Times of India.
But along with the boundless energy of the media come several downsides, and particularly corruption, paid news and a narrow editoria...Expand abstract
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