Nishant Saxena

Nishant Saxena

Newsprint demand in India expected to reach 2.8 mn tonnes in FY20

Amar Ujala, Hindustan and Dainik Jagran hiked cover prices to Re 1 to tackle increased newsprint costs

We have diversified from a white collar job portal: VP, Times Internet

Sanjay Goyal talks to exchange4media about the fast changing norms at companies, the current employment scenario and what would a workplace be like by...

MIB sends notice to 121 TV channels for not helping with content monitoring

Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has sent notice to 121 permitted private satellite TV channels for not providing monitoring facilities/Techni...

Govt to hire social media experts to monitor media in 716 districts

The executives are being recruited to understand the pulse of the region and be the eyes and ears for the government, says an MIB official

Patrika is a very progressive newspaper group: Siddharth Kothari, AMD, Patrika Group

exchange4media spoke with Siddharth Kothar, AMD, Patrika Group; Bhuwnesh Jain, Deputy Editor and Saurabh Bhandari, National Head Marketing to understa...

Advertising is just 47% of my business: CEO, Times Internet

Gautam Sinha, CEO, Times Internet, on Artificial Intelligence, subscription-based model ET Prime and the art and science of acquiring customers for li...

TRAI tariff order case: All you need to know before the court verdict

On March 2, 2018, a two-judge bench hearing the matter could not reach a consensus, after which the case was sent to the Supreme Court. The apex court...

Flashed Yesterday: HT Media CEO, Rajiv Verma to step down from his position

Verma will continue in his current role till his successor joins, the Board of Directors announced

Rajesh Ramachandran to take over as The Tribune's new Editor

Ramachandran appointed as the new Editor of The Tribune, a Chandigarh based newspaper, confirm sources

Outlook magazine brings in Ruben Banerjee as its Editor

Banerjee had quit Hindustan Times in December last year as National Affairs Editor to focus on his book on Odisha’s Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik

Media organisations be allowed to work in atmosphere of freedom: Calcutta HC

ABP Private Limited moved to the high court submitting two unlawful incidents and alleged that the police was not taking any action in accordance with...

Over 3,000 complaints against DTH service providers in 3 yrs: Govt

The complaints are related to various issues involving technical, financial and policy matters, the Ministry of Information has informed the Lok Sabha

Dwaipayan Bose quits DNA, joins Mail Today as Editor

Bose, who has a career spanning over two decades, was DNA’s Editor-in-Chief. He has previously been associated with the India Today Group

TRAI, yet again, recommends issuing DTH licences for 20 years

The authority also recommended to the MIB that a one-time entry fee of Rs 10 crore should be charged in the new DTH licensing regime

Nine news channels got govt notice in three yrs for promoting anti-national agenda

The information has been provided by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting in the Lok Sabha.

NCRB to collect data on crimes against journalists on annual basis: MHA

The National Crime Records Bureau will now be collecting data on crimes against journalists on annual basis for murder, attempt to murder, assault and...

Now a govt committee to regulate online media

The committee will delineate the sphere of online information dissemination which needs to be brought under regulation, on the lines applicable for pr...

Govt grants temporary live uplinking rights for IPL to BCCI

Ministry of information and broadcasting has given permission to BCCI for temporary live uplinking of IPL tournament's 11th edition

Govt's fake news order an attempt to suppress us, say journalists

They also expressed anger at the PCI, NBA and Editors Guild of India for “not being quick” in condemning the government’s move.

Outrage over fake news amendment, govt withdraws the statement

Following massive outrage, government has withdrawn the press release on the Guidelines for Accreditation of Journalists, deciding to suspend the accr...

Journalists involved in fake news to lose accreditation. Is that enough?

Also there seems to be some loopholes in the guidelines of this major amendment decided by the government

In a first, Journalists included in Committee on Journalist Welfare Scheme

For the first time Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has reconstituted the composition of Committee on Journalist Welfare Scheme and Central Pr...

Combating Fake News Is A Key Priority: Director, BBC World Service Group

"We are able to provide a balanced, un-biased account of world events and politics because we are independently funded, and not run by any government,...

Show more