Posts Tagged ‘ TV ’

Why responsible journalism matters

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CNN Twitter

I saw this note from Indexed yesterday and couldn’t help but piggyback on it for a more elaborate post. All of us know that journalists play an integral role in keeping people accountable. In bringing to the fore stories that would most readily be swept under the rug. In highlighting the unsung heroes. And…
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Slaves to sensationalism

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Immediate communication

News? It’s such a joke these days. There was a time when broadcast media reported on, analyzed, and facilitated critical thinking. There was a time when reporters were serious journalists covering social, political, economic, religious, world issues of significance. There was a time when one wore the journalist badge proudly. With the pressure of…
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Not wired 24/7

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Social Media

What is the first thing you do when you wake up? Stretch a little, drink a glass of water? Rub your eyes and will your body into leaving the warmth of the bed? That used to be me, a couple of years ago. I’d lie curled under my Jaipuri quilt, gazing out the window…
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A record of our life, our times, our vanity

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BlogAdda's Spicy Saturday Pick

What does blogging do for you? Is it a forum for tips? A place where you reflect and have conversations with yourself? A safe haven; an escape? A commentary on social, political, economic issues of our times? A minute-by-minute record of your personal life? A journal that was meant to be personal, but really…
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