There has been an uneasy equation between the White House and the major media houses like New York Times, CNN, and Washington Post etc. The interesting part is that President Trump has never been apologetic of his open war with media, which is unlikely to end anytime soon
The latest to join the growing number of voices against the ban is sportswear brand and retail giant Nike. In a letter written by the brand's president and CEO Mark Parker, the chairman called upon the core values of the brand as ammo and reassurance against the act.
Since the past two weeks, Google, Twitter and Facebook have been stepping up the fight against fake and malicious content as critics say that the proliferation of such content on their platforms could have been one of the factors influencing the outcome of the US election in favour of Republican candidate Donald Trump
At the exchange4media Conclave 2016, Pradeep Dwivedi, CEO, Sakal Media, talked on ‘Connecting brands with emerging India – leveraging emotions beyond technology’ where he talked about how brands can connect to grassroot level and with different segments of the audience
The role of the President of the United States is up for grabs and though Hillary Clinton seemed the frontrunner, it is now anyone’s guess who wins the elections. We take a look at some of the key issues and what the international media has to say about both candidates and their policies