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Rebalancing PR and Journalism

Strengthen journalism and put limits on public relations to stop misinformationand create a healthier media for all

Journalists’ group calls for release of reporters in Myanmar

Thein Zaw was arrested on Feb 27 while covering a protest against the military coup that ousted the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi.

Facebook signs pay deals with 3 Australian news publishers

Australia's Parliament on Thursday had passed the final amendments to the so-called News Media Bargaining Code.

Australia passes law to make Google, Facebook pay for news

Google has already struck deals with major Australian news businesses in recent weeks including News Corp and Seven West Media.

Facebook says it will lift its Australian news ban soon

Facebook blocked Australian users from accessing and sharing news last week after the House of Representatives passed the draft law late Wednesday.

Facebook blocks Australians from accessing news on platform

The Australian Parliament is debating proposed laws that would make the two platforms, Facebook and Google strike deals to pay for Australian news.

Tech giants must pay

Australia’s tough stand in framing rules of engagement between traditional media outlets and tech giants has lessons for India

Destination USA: Law schools offer different degrees

The first professional law degree in the US is the juris doctor

Destination USA: Study Journalism and Mass Communication

Explore availability of specialisations at the US institution

Journalism and Mass Communication in the US

Higher education institutions in the United States offer multiple degree options in the fields at both undergraduate and graduate levels

OU releases ‘Covid Chronicles’

Arvind Kumar also released a copy of the Osmania Courier, bi-monthly lab newspaper which was put together entirely through digital collaboration by the staff and students.

Journalism in age of infodemic

Increasing use of sedition charges against journalists is an attempt to stifle press freedom and independent media

Facebook, New York Times join hands for AR-driven journalism

According to a report in Axios, the leading US media organisation has built a dedicated "AR Lab" team within its research and development unit of more than a dozen employees.

Google sends users to news sites 24 billion times every month

Google on Thursday announcing a new licensing programme to pay publishers for high-quality content to help them weather the Covid-19 crisis.

Google fellowship in journalism to support students of colour

"Fellows will have the opportunity to work on editorial, revenue, and technology projects at the host publications."

MANUU begins admission for 2020-21

According to a notification released by the varsity, the last date for online application for entrance-based courses is June 10 whereas the last date for merit-based courses is August 10.

Artificial Intelligence and Journalism

The future of journalism and its survival could lie in artificial intelligence (AI)

Two Kashmir journalists booked; press bodies, Twitterati lodge protest

Kashmir Press Club, also asked Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Jammu and Kashmir Lt Governor G C Murmu to issue directions for putting an end to harassment of journalists in the Union Territory.

Kashmir journalist Ahmer Khan wins AFP’s Kate Webb Prize

Despite curfews and a heavy security presence, Khan took to the streets with his camera to document the tensions, concerns and frustrations among the residents of Srinagar and other cities in Kashmir.    

Comedian Hasan Minhaj to host White House Correspondents’ Dinner

"Hasan Minhaj, the Peabody award-winning host of Netflix's Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj, will return to the dinner as featured entertainer."

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