Indian Journalism in a New Era: Changes, Challenges, and Perspectives
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In the ever-changing information environment of the early twenty-first century, citizens and journalists alike are eagerly adapting to new technologies, and India is no different. The country’s communication revolution in the post-liberalization era has led to one of the largest media markets in the world. Further, changes in Media ownership and the blending of news with opinions have impacted established practices of reporting. Given the breadth and scope of India’s media, there is little meaningful literature available about journalism practised in the country today.≪ br/> Indian journalism in a new era brings together informative and critical contributions about contemporary Indian journalism from twenty-one Indian and global scholars and journalists. The book is divided into four different sections, each addressing one relevant aspect: history and evolving changes; social media and e-journalism; marginalization; and Pedagogy, ethics, and public sphere. The contributors address issues like changes in journalism practices, socio-economic conditions of the Indian state, and minority politics. Holistically, the volume focuses on the ways to approach and analyse the enormity and scope in Indian journalism, media technology, and global relations.