Author: newswriters

By Aisha Majid The BBC bought more copies of The Times than any other newspaper in 2020, Press Gazette has learned. A freedom of information request to the BBC revealed that more than 52,000 copies of the publication were purchased, equivalent to 144 copies per day As of last year, News UK stopped sharing its circulation figures with the Audit Bureau of Circulations however, as of the last report (shared in March 2020) The Times was the seventh-highest selling UK-wide national newspaper, putting it around mid-table. News UK titles accounted for the largest number of newspapers delivered to the BBC…

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आलोक वर्मा। ऐसा माना जाता है कि बच्चों और नौजवानों पर जितना असर उनकी आसपास की घटनाओं, स्कूल कालेजों या धार्मिक बातों का होता है, इससे भी कहीं ज्यादा असर उन पर टेलीविजन का होता है। इसलिए अगर आप टेलीविजन की दुनिया में आते हैं तो यूं समझ लीजिए कि आप बदलाव लाने वाले लोगों की जमात में शामिल हो रहे हैं। आप टलीविजन जगत का हिस्सा बनने के बाद ये महसूस करके खुश हो सकते हैं कि आप अपनी ऊर्जा, प्रतिभा और प्रशिक्षण का इस्तेमाल किसी मामूली चीज में नहीं बल्कि दुनिया ये बदलाव लाने के लिए कर रहे…

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By Dr Pradeep Mahapatra Modern mass communication trends took its roots with development and popularization of printing press during later part of Renaissance in Europe. Distribution of large quantities of reproduced text and illustration on the surface of paper among people brought revolutionary changes in administration, trade, health, education and entertainment spheres in the social fabric. It took nearly 200 years for spread of printing technologies involving moveable types worldwide. Printing remained as the dominant medium of mass communication for 300 years till popularity of radio after First World War and television after Second World War. Importance of editing news,…

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महेंद्र नारायण सिंह यादव। सामान्य धारणा यह है कि पत्रकारों को बुनियादी जानकारी तकरीबन हर विषय की होनी चाहिए, जो कि सही भी है। हालाँकि कुछ क्षेत्र ऐसे भी हैं जिनके लिए विषय विशेषज्ञों की आवश्यकता पड़ती ही है। विज्ञान पत्रकारिता के साथ भी ऐसा ही है। विज्ञान पत्रकारिता के अलग से प्रशिक्षण की सामान्य तौर पर व्यवस्था कम से कम हमारे देश में तो नहीं है, इसलिए विज्ञान में दखल रखने वाले पत्रकार ही इस क्षेत्र में काम करते हैं।विज्ञान पत्रकारिता के तहत भौतिक शास्त्र, रसायन शास्त्र, जीव विज्ञान जैसे विषयों पर दखल की आवश्यकता पड़ती है। इन विषयों में…

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Richard HeinbergEliezer Yudkowsky, co-founder of the Machine Intelligence Research Institute, thinks artificial intelligence (AI) will kill us all. He frequently poses the following question. Imagine that you are a member of an isolated hunter-gatherer tribe, and, one day, strange people show up with writing, guns, and money. Should you welcome them in?For Yudkowsky, AI is like a super-intelligent space alien; inevitably, it will decide that we humans and other living beings represent nothing more than piles of atoms for which it can find better uses. “[U]nder anything remotely like the current circumstances,” Yudkowsky wrote in a recent Time magazine op-ed, “literally everyone on Earth…

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Amit Dutta, Editor (Output), Zee Business Entering the­ journalism world as a fresh graduate can be thrilling and overwhelming. The first job intervie­w is an important milestone, so it’s crucial to prepare­ adequately to make a positive­ impression. This article provide­s 10 valuable tips that will assist you in gearing up for your de­but media job. Additionally, we’ll explore­ what employers anticipate from aspiring journalists who are just starting and eage­r to dive into the field of journalism. 1. Research the Organization: In preparation for an inte­rview, researching the­ organization beforehand is essential. It’s crucial to discern their values, mission,…

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Dr. Pradeep Mahapatra “Online news consumers in regional languages up to 93 percent depend on YouTube, 88 percent on social media, 82 percent on chat apps, 61 percent on search engines and 45 percent on publisher websites and apps. About 73 percent of consumers prefer hyperlocal news” The increase in internet consumer base using regional languages to 38 crores by the beginning of 2023 in India and 52 percent reported to assess news online, signifies an emerging chapter in the country’s media landscape. A report published by Kantar-Google in May 2023 indicated that online news consumers in the rural area…

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Definition of NewsNews is a report of any current event, idea or problem which interest large number of people BUT it acquires different meanings and concepts in different political, economic and socio-cultural environment.What makes news?New informationNew perspective and Role of News MediaHow things work, How things are supposed to work; and How things normally work NewsworthinessHow to decide newsworthiness of an event, idea or problem (Evaluating information or any other information package)Audience ImpactConsequencesProximityTimelinessProminence (Size)ContextPolicy ParametersSpecific Informational ValueUnusualnessConflict

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Uddipana Goswami |In conflict reporting, there are a few basic duties that conflict reporters should adhere to at all times while reporting a conflict situation. But in both disaster reporting and conflict reporting, a vital question remains unanswered: how much violence, death and destruction can be written about or shown on television, or broadcast to radio listeners?In recent years there has been a rapid advancement in media technology and reach. This has coupled with an escalating demand for all categories of information from around the world in every corner of the world. As a result, there has been a concomitant…

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Shubhash Dhuliya |The information revolution has taken place at such a fast pace that it has become difficult to fully and comprehensively interpret its implications. The technological advance camouflaged in the total package of globalization has acquired such an imposing and rampaging form that the developing countries have been left with little space and time to tailor it to meet their specific national development and information needs.A critical examination of the information revolution shows that it has not brought about any fundamental changes in the international political, economic and social structure. At the most the information society can be seen…

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