Daily Archives: 3 May 2007

Between the past and future is the present

There is so much gloom and doom around journalism these days that Milton Coleman sounds like a breath of fresh air. “I think the state of journalism is good. I think these are exciting times. I focus on the future. I don’t like to lament the past. It was a good and glorious past, but…

If you are a J-school student or teacher…

Bryan Murley has an interesting post on Innovation in College Media that should have journalism schools, journalism students and journalism teachers thinking. Sit down and reflect on the year gone by, he says, and ask yourself if you have done some or many or all of these multimedia things: Have you got your news org.…

‘Globalisation, media feeding off each other’

Globalisation and the market-driven media are often mentioned in the same breath to suggest that each is feeding off the other. And the well known Kannada writer Dr Chandrashekhar Kambar did so at the presentation of the Sahitya Akademi prizes in Bidar on Tuesday terming media houses as agents of consumerism. The media has fuelled…