The conflict of values is quite apparent in Journalism or Media, which is called the Fourth Estate. The growth of the Indian press in recent times is inducing under the pressure on the core values of journalism due to fierce competition, pressures from the market forces, advertisers, managerial interests threats from fast paced satellite channels internet and so on. Mass media today has become the platform and propagator of the change in society. Media which stood for and propagated the value system is being advised to adapt to the new system and new values of the society. Therefore, this book will prove that journalism of post liberalization is entirely different compared to pre-liberalization period.
About the Author
Suraj Singh has been a professional freelance writer for more than a decade. He is an active forum moderator at a vibrant community of writers helping writers. He is also an impassioned journalist, a leading News Channel lead news anchor. With his taste for on-site reporting, Suraj embodies a new style of advocacy journalism. His electrifying coverage of post-Mumbai attack lifted him to national prominence.
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|Title:||Liberalization and Journalism||Publisher:||Centrum Press|
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