Disclaimer: This piece Does Journalism Have a Future by Jill Lepore appeared in The New Yorker in the Annals of Media of the January 28, 2019 issue. In an era of social media and fake news, journalists who have survived the print plunge have new foes to face. The wood-panelled tailgate of the 1972 Oldsmobile station wagon… Continue reading Does Journalism Have a Future | The New Yorker
Mass Communication is a field which has an extremely versatile dynamic to it. It presents fantastic career and personal growth opportunities for those who have good oratory skills, have a flair for writing and reading, and have an innate sense of discovering the real picture behind the haze of untruths. India is the second-biggest subscription… Continue reading The Sheen and the Shine in the Future of Mass Communication in India
Disclaimer: This article How the Harvest Festival Represents Diverse Colours and Scents of India by Shruti Kedia is taken from YourStory. Be it the sakkarai pongal from Tamil Nadu or Lohri’s rewari and gajak from Punjab and Haryana, seasonal harvest festivals highlight the diversity of India. It is again that time of year when we celebrate the bountiful harvest. As… Continue reading How the Harvest Festival Represents Diverse Colours and Scents of India
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International Institute of Mass Media - IIMM Delhi proudly presents Jawed Sahab: An Unknown History, a short film by our students. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6mjtmATDh0 Dr M A Jawed is a prolific teacher and a poet. For his students and colleagues, he is an example of a great human being. We are honoured to know him and be guided… Continue reading Jawed Sahab: An Unknown History – Teaser