Friday, May 24, 2013

100 people who shaped india

Ramnath Goenka (1904–1991) was an Indian newspaper publisher. He launched The Indian Express and created the Indian Express Group with various English and regional language publications. In 2000, India Today magazine, named him amongst their list of"100 People Who Shaped India

yellow journalism

Yellow journalism, or the yellow press, is a type of journalism that presents little or no legitimate well-researched news and instead uses eye-catching headlines to sell more newspapers. Techniques may includeexaggerations of news events, scandal-mongering, or sensationalism. By extension, the term yellow journalism is used today as a pejorative to decry any journalism that treats news in an unprofessional or unethical fashion

100 years of journalism

Newspapers have always been the primary medium of journalists since 1700, with magazines added in the 18th century, radio and television in the 20th century, and the Internet in the 21st century;By 1400, businessmen in Italian and German cities were compiling hand written chronicles of important news events, and circulating them to their business connections. In 1622 the first weeky magazine, "A current of General News" was published and distributed in England[3] in an 8- to 24-page quarto format. The growth in journalism and the increasing freedom the press enjoyed was a symptom of a more general phenomenon - the development of the party system of government. As the concept of a parliamentary opposition became an acceptable (rather than treasonable) norm, newspapers and editors began to adopt critical and partisan stances and they soon became an important force in the political and social affairs of the country. The newspaper was becoming so popular that publishers began to print daily issues. The first daily newspaper in England was the Daily Courant, established by Samuel Buckley in 1702 on the streets of London. The newspaper strictly restricted itself to the publication of news and facts without opinion pieces, and it pioneered the use of advertising in its columns for revenue. Great Journalists list; From the first classes in 1910 to today; from newspapers and magazines to radio and TV and blogs; from the first diplomas to those students who just arrived at Johnston Hall, Marquette University and its graduates have been a central part of the story of journalism. What a story it has been. Manual typewriters and hot type; computer labs and editing drills; sound boards and camera cues; first interviews, deadlines, scoops. Stories that changed you, stories that made a difference, stories that chronicled the city, the state, the nation, the world. From wars, to peace, the civil rights movement to the digital revolution. You can make an important contribution in honor of 100 Years of Journalism; ongoing events of public concern; Journalism is the activity, or product, of journalists; India; Maulawi Muhammad Baqir in 1836 founded the first Urdu-language newspaper the Delhi Urdu Akhbar. India's press in the 1840s was a motley collection of small-circulation daily or weekly sheets printed on rickety presses. Few extended beyond their small communities and seldom tried to unite the many castes, tribes, and regional subcultures of India. The Anglo-Indian papers promoted purely British interests. Englishman Robert Knight (1825-1890) founded two important English-language newspapers that reached a broad Indian audience, The Times of India and the Statesman. They promoted nationalism in India, as Knight introduced the people to the power of the press and made them familiar with political issues and the political process; The history of radio broadcasting begins in the 1920s, and reached its apogee in the 1930s and 1940s. Experimental television was being studied before the 2nd world war, became operational in the late 1940s, and became widespread in the 1950s and 1960s, largely but not entirely displacing radio. The rapidly growing impact of the Internet, especially after 2000, brought "free" news and classified advertising to audiences that no longer cared for paid subscriptions. The Internet undercut the business model of many daily newspapers. Bankruptcy loomed across the U.S. and did hit such major papers as the Rocky Mountain news (Denver), the Chicago Tribune and the Los Angeles Times, among many others. Chapman and Nuttall find that proposed solutions, such as multiplatforms, paywalls, PR-dominated news gathering, and shrinking staffs have not resolved the challenge. The result, they argue, is that journalism today is characterized by four themes: personalization, globalization, localization, and pauperization; In journalism history and media history

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