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Advertisers cannot be fence-sitters in today’s time: BBC’s Rahul Sood

2020 has been a wild year for the news industry. On the up side, viewership skyrocketed in the wake of Covid2019 pandemic; then again, it drew aggressive flak from viewers and advertisers alike for their reportage in a number of high-profile cases, including the Sushant Singh Rajput suicide.

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71% Indians trust their news sources, survey reveals

KOLKATA: According to the global survey by The Trust Project and Ipsos titled ‘Trust Misplaced?’, 71 per cent urban Indians and 64 per cent global citizens believe they have easy access to news from sources they trust. At least six in 10 urban Indians (59 per cent) say they read news they can...

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Media must do self-regulation to tackle fake news: I&B minister Prakash Javadekar

KOLKATA: Fake news has become a huge issue in the age of social media. While the mass easily falls prey to it, Information and Broadcasting minister Prakash Javadekar called for self-regulation while publishing digital content to curb the menace. Addressing the delegates at the 16th Marketing...

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NBSA advises news channels to use social media content after thorough verification

MUMBAI: The News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA) has advised member broadcasters of the News Broadcasters Association (NBA) to verify any content used from social media platforms in their news programmes at the highest editorial levels before being telecast in the wake of the recent supreme...

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NBA hails supreme court order to counter COVID-19 fake news menace

MUMBAI: The News Broadcasters Association (NBA) has welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision of urging media to take up against fake news menace revolving around the novel coronavirus in social media. Supreme Court on 31 March had ordered that the media should report responsibly and weed out any fake...

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