Joseph Pulitzer – the story of the founder of the Pulitzer Prizes, and the Father of Yellow Journalism
The term Yellow Journalism originated during a competition between two major newspaper publishers Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst.
Bombay HC observes journalists have no special privilege or greater freedom than others to ruin the reputation of a citizen
The Aurangabad bench of the Bombay High Court observed in a recent judgement that "journalists do not enjoy special privileges or greater freedom than others to make imputations or allegations that are sufficient to ruin the reputation of a citizen".
Doctors explain why Anjana Om Kashyap and Ajit Anjum heckling doctors to report on Encephalitis was insensitive and way off the mark
The reportage of Aaj Tak journalist Anjana Om Kashyap and TV Bharatvarsh journalist Ajit Anjum raised concerns of how bullish and high-handed the media was being with unsuspecting doctors who were only doing their job.
What you did in that ICU is not journalism, Anjana Om Kashyap, it is insensitive, creating a nuisance and endangering lives
A video came to light earlier where Anjana Om Kashyap, a senior journalist from the India Today group was seen heckling and questioning a doctor inside the ICU over the outbreak of Encephalitis in Bihar
Jaydip said that the error by the media house has caused him a lot of mental harassment.
Discourse on social evils in mainstream media depends on the religion from which it originates
Yes Shekhar Gupta, Maoists aren’t the brightest bulbs in the room, but neither are you or ‘The Print’
There are people in his own media house retweeting netizens shaming Shekhar for his views
Vinod Dua is a veteran journalist who works with the propaganda website, 'The Wire'