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Concerns about fake news on the rise in India: Ormax report

Two out of three news consumers consider fake news a major challenge facing the country's news organisations, showed the latest report released by media consulting firm Ormax Media.

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SC sends notice to Twitter, govt to check spread of fake news

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has issued notice on a petition filed by BJP leader Vinit Goenka, seeking direction to the Union government to devise a mechanism to check fake news and instigative messages being circulated on social media giant Twitter. The plea pinpointed "bogus accounts" that are...

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Rajdeep Sardesai sent off-air for spreading fake news

In the world of instant shares and retweets, almost everyone becomes a prey to the fake news demon once in a while. However, can a leading journalist afford to do that? Well, the answer seems to be a bold no, as one of the most prominent names in the Indian news media industry is facing the...

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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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