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Arun Jaitley: Print Media needs to accept challenges put forth by Digital Age- (Ministry of Information and Broadcasting) (29 Dec 2015)

MANU/PIBU/1947/2015

Media and Communication

The Minister of Information & Broadcasting, Finance and Corporate Affairs has called on print media to maintain its presence and sustain growth in ever-increasing pressure from digital sources. He attributed a thinning of the line “between news and opinion” emanating from the electronic media, and print media had the responsibility of maintaining objectivity and “preserving the sacred nature of news”. The remarks came at an event releasing the annual report “ Press in India – 2014-2015”.

Tags : PRESS REPORT   PRINT MEDIA   OBJECTIVITY  

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