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‘The seven case studies at the heart of this valuable book not only provide readers with careful accounts of key media events but place this discussion in the context of media theory. From the explosive and under-researched phenomenon of regional television to questions about the ethics and judgement of advertising-driven media businesses, Rodrigues and Ranganathan demonstrate a mastery of detail and a commendable willingness to relate Indian experience to global developments.
‘Extensively researched, wide-ranging in its scope, and full of excellent examples, Rodrigues and Ranganathan’s commendable book makes a valuable addition to the growing scholarship on journalism in India.’
The essays reveal a fascinating terrain of competing struggles of political, corporate and citizens’ access to publicity, in which the media is both instrument and agent…. The essays offer good material for the relationship between news, politics and participation.
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