Journalism is a vast field, which deals with (burning) issues concerning society, politics, economy, religion, education, crime, human rights and so on. Truly speaking, it knows no bounds. Therefore, the responsibility, resting with a journalist, is also of the same magnitude. Since news is meant to be spread far and wide, it may cause an irreparable damage to a person or institution, if a minor error creeps into drafting to content of news. Thus, authenticity of the news is a major factor.
There are a plethora of books already existing on the subject. Yet, the undersigned has made an humble attempt, to make his contribution, in order to represent this significant subject in an easy-to-understand, lucid and interesting manner, so that maximum benefit may be drawn out of it.
About Author :
T Rajsekhar began his journalism career at the age of 20 as a reporter for the Times Group. He has produced more than 300 hours of programming including: "On Our Own Terms: Moyers on Dying," "Surviving the Good Times," "Free Speech for Sale," Close to Home," and "In Search of the Constitution". Five of his books based on his television series have become Best Sellers including: "A World of Ideas I and II," and "Healing and the Mind."
During his 30 years in the media Rajsekhar has received numerous awards for excellence, including the prestigious Academy of Television Arts and Science award. Two of his public television series, "Creativity" and "A Walk Through the 20th Century" were named the outstanding informational series by the Academic of Arts and Sciences. In additional to broadcasting, Rajsekhar was honorary secretary of the Press Council.
1. Fundamental Factors
2. Framework of Newspaper
3. Organisational Setup
4. Magazine Management
5. Role of News Agencies
6. Importance of Press