BY Seema Kamdar| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |20/07/2012
The BBC film made in 1973 was the last thing that should have appeared on television the day he died.
BY Seema Kamdar| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |13/04/2011
All media were plugged into the fast from the word go and stayed there till the last sip of lemon water went down the throats of the protestors. Both scepticism and enthusiasm marked the frenzied coverage of Anna Hazare’s fast at Jantar Mantar.
BY Seema Kamdar| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |20/03/2011
It’s nobody’s case that the environment minister is not clean. We don’t know. But it's our job to ask uncomfortable questions of the man who has gone back on his word repeatedly.
BY Seema Kamdar| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |11/11/2010
Why was Ashok Chavan sacked? Clearly, the real reason for this drastic action lies somewhere else.
BY Seema Kamdar| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |15/06/2010
Why can't media houses keep up a relentless coverage on the unseen and ongoing disaster of hunger -- give voices and faces to the voiceless and faceless who live and die in our villages?
BY Seema Kamdar| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |10/04/2010
It is about the scary burden of apportioning fame, shame and blame that the media seems to have appropriated for itself. It determines public opinion to an uncomfortable extent.
BY Seema Kamdar| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |26/02/2010
There is a school of thought that believes that the media has given the Sena its second coming through its over-the-top coverage of the SRK episode.
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Journalists in Kashmir are up in arms over the summons issued by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to Kashmir Observer journalist Aqib Javed Hakim, for his interview with jailed separatist leader Asiya Andrabi in January. This amounted to intimidation and harassment, a joint statement of the Kashmir Working Journalist Association (KWJA) and Kashmir Journalist Association said, adding that, in the Kamran Yousuf case, the NIA had tried to define journalism by its own skewed standards.                           

D Sunitha, an ASP in the Telangana Police, filed complaints with the NBSA against character assassination by some Telugu TV channels. NBSA has announced an agreement  arrived at with HMTV whereby the channel will broadcast an agreed upon apology statement three times a day on three days starting today.The complaint was against ETV, Sakshi and HMTV, the NBSA has reserved its order in other two cases. TV9 was as much of an offender, but it is not a member if the NBSA.                   

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