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Media as the voice of people 16.11.2007 The Assam Tribune
Media as the voice of people
Media monopoly criticised 8.11.2007 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
VISAKHAPATNAM: Media monopoly that dished out news without plurality, political affiliations, newspapers turning into platforms for consumerism, finding sufficient capital to face competition, striking a balance between what sells and what is ...
Google enters cell phone market 7.11.2007 Deccan Herald
Google enters cell phone market
Mirroring a democracy 28.10.2007 Hindu: Sunday Magazine
Excerpts from the Introduction to Writing a Nation: An Anthology of Indian Journalism, edited by Nirmala Lakshman, published by Rupa & Co., and released in New Delhi earlier this week.
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The BBC empire has grown too big 20.10.2007 Hindu: Opinion
The cuts are painful, but after years of viewers’ licence fee funded fattening, the BBC needs to focus on its core purpose.
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US Communication Commission proposes repeal of media ownership rule 18.10.2007 Oneindia.in: News

Washington, Oct 18 (UNI) A move by the US Federal Communications Commission to repeal a rule forbidding a particular company to own both a newspaper and a television or radio station in the same city has stirred up decades old debate on media ownership rules.
Murdoch: A global media tycoon still hungry for market share 12.10.2007 DNA: Money
Rupert Murdoch is backing a new venture, the Fox Business Network, months after taking over Dow Jones Co. and The Wall Street Journal.
Pope, Jewish leaders, discuss resurgent anti-Semitism 9.10.2007 Oneindia.in: News

VATICAN CITY, Oct 8 (Reuters)World Jewish leaders today expressed concern to Pope Benedict about resurgent anti-Semitism and asked Vatican officials to take steps against a radical Polish priest accused of making anti-Jewish comments.
What is the Broadcasting Bill? 22.9.2007 Indian Express
What is the Broadcasting Bill?
Assocham seeks autonomous status for BRAI 21.9.2007 ET: Media
With a view to enable independent working of the proposed Broadcasting Regulatory Authority of India (BRAI), industry body Assocham has sought autonomous status for the regulator.
News Corp to roll biz channel 20.9.2007 ET: Media
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp to launch business channel in US to rival CNBC.
States unanimous on regulatory mechanism for electronic media 20.9.2007 Hindu: National
Union I&B Ministry to seek views of CMs and place the matter before the PM
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Speech of Shri P.R. Dasmunsi, Hon'ble Minister of Information & Broadcasting and Parliamentary Affairs at SIMCON-XXVI 19.9.2007 Govt of india: PIB
Speech of Shri P.R. Dasmunsi, Hon'ble Minister of Information & Broadcasting and Parliamentary Affairs at SIMCON-XXVI
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Dasmunsi Inaugurates SIMCON - XXVI 19.9.2007 Govt of india: PIB
Dasmunsi Inaugurates SIMCON - XXVI
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States to discuss CAS, broadcast Bill 18.9.2007 TOI: India
The meeting willo assess the state of preparedness of stakeholders in Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata, where the system has been under implementation since January 2007.
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Whose media are they anyway? 19.8.2007 India Together
The government's draft Broadcast Bill does not reflect a nuanced understanding of the complex and contentious issues relating to media ownership. At the same time the objections raised by India's media industry do not acknowledge the fact that media regulation in most 'mature democracies' includes restrictions on media ownership, writes Ammu Joseph.
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Public missing in Broadcast Bill debate 14.8.2007 India Together
There is much wrong with the draft broadcast regulation legislation and the good news is that it is unlikely to be introduced in Parliament during the ongoing monsoon session. The bad news is that in the renewed tug-of-war between the government and the broadcast industry, the public is in danger of being left out once more, writes Ammu Joseph.
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Japan's Livedoor Says it Broke No Laws In Acquisition 23.2.2007 Ind Law News
Japan's Livedoor Says it Broke No Laws In Acquisition
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UK government 'minded' to refer Fox's Sky deal to regulator 1.1.1970 Sify News
By Paul Sandle
UPDATE 1-UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Dec 16 1.1.1970 Sify News
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