It’s amazing how things move in a cyclic fashion. In the days of the Vedas, lessons were taught by word of mouth. Over the years, the spoken word was written down and we began to learn by reading. And now, with the advent of podcasts, we’ve gone back to learning by listening to people speak.
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The media landscape has been changing over the years, but the fundamentals remain the same. The revenue challenges each medium is facing has been different.
In continuation of my earlier post “False Narrative is more dangerous than Fake News“, let us look into a topic which has been discussed at great length by many – fake news. As mentioned in the earlier article, fake news has been there for decades or even centuries.
Fake News has been a challenge across the world. It has become so big that Fake News was Collins Dictionary’s word for 2017. Most readers are unable to differentiate between real and fake news.
On August 5, 2013 Amazon founder CEO Jeff Bezos acquired the signature newspaper Washington Post for $250 million cash
Last year Mint had carried an article about magazines in India planning on Indian language editions in order to increase their reach. Kind of late in publishing the summary of that article [Niche English magazines plan vernacular editions – no longer available on livemint.com] but better late than never,