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Indians give media the thumbs-up 11.12.2007 Hindustan Times: News
Indians more positive about the accuracy and honesty of government or publicly-funded news reporting.
Conrad Black to be sentenced in fraud case 10.12.2007 Asian Age: Business
By MIKE ROBINSON Chicago, Dec. 10: Former newspaper mogul Conrad Black, convicted of swindling shareholders in his Hollinger International media empire out of millions of dollars, is now due to learn just how steep a price he must pay. Mr Black, 63, a Canadian-born member of the British House of Lords renowned for his lavish lifestyle and flamboyant way with words, was scheduled to be sentenced on Monday morning by US district judge Amy J. St. Eve, who presided over his four-month trial earlier this year. Two other former Hollinger executives, both Canadians, and a Chicago lawyer who worked for the big media holding company were convicted along with Mr Black and were due to be sentenced later. Federal prosecutors are saying that the press ...
Indians more sure of news reporting accuracy 10.12.2007 Business Standard
Indians more sure of news reporting accuracy
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Indians more sure of news reporting accuracy 10.12.2007 Sify Finance
Indians are more positive about the accuracy and honesty of government or publicly-funded news reporting than any other country in the world, a poll on press freedom says.
Indians more positive about accuracy of news reporting 10.12.2007 PTI: Top News

H S Rao London, Dec 10 (PTI) Indians are more positive about the accuracy and honesty of government or publicly-funded news reporting than any other country in the world, a poll on press freedom says. Fifty-seven per cent of Indians...

Indians prefer stability to press freedom 10.12.2007 Hindu: Front Page
BBC World Service poll in 14 countries finds 48 per cent of Indians put stability first
Indians prefer stability to press freedom 10.12.2007 Hindu: Front Page
BBC World Service poll in 14 countries finds 48 per cent of Indians put stability first
Murdoch installs new CEO at Dow Jones 8.12.2007 Financial Express
Murdoch installs new CEO at Dow Jones
Billionaire marriages: Why get hitched? 8.12.2007 Rediff: Business
With Google CEO Larry Page's wedding planned for Dec. 8, BusinessWeek takes a look at what billionaires risk when they tie the knot.
Murdoch begins coronation drill 8.12.2007 Telegraph: Business
Rupert Murdoch's younger son James will step down as chief executive of Britain's BSkyB to head News Corp's Asian and European operations, in a move that appears to make him heir apparent to the global media empire.
Inside Marcuse's head 2.12.2007 Deccan Herald
Inside Marcuse's head
Govt reviewing norms for FDI in broadcast 27.11.2007 The Indian Express -- Front Page
The Information and Broadcasting Minister P R Dasmunsi on Tuesday said in the Lok Sabha...
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Murdoch decides political stance of Britain's biggest paper 26.11.2007 ET: Media
News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch has admitted that he has editorial control over which political party backs in a general election.
Briefs 25.11.2007 The Statesman
Briefs
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.
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