Membership model – The Bread and butter

Media experts said that readers are willing to pay for journalism that has value. Sector-specific platforms are thriving in India due to the popularity of the internet and users’ willingness to pay, say media experts, journalists and users. Saketh Ayyagari is the head of growth at The Bridge, an online sports news website that has […]

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Journalists demand bus passes, health cards and more

Veteran journalist P. Ramaiah highlighted media ownership issues and laid importance on development and investigative journalism. Journalists demanded bus passes, health cards and other amenities at the swearing-in ceremony of new office bearers of the Karnataka Working Journalists’ Association (KWJA). Covid-19 protocols at the gathering of almost 100 people were amiss. President of KWJA, Shivananda […]

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We are humans too: journalists want WFH, hybrid model

They say that work from Home (WFH) during the pandemic helped them quit unhealthy habits and improve their mental health. It is 6 P.M. Most of India’s corporate employees are on their way home to relax and unwind with their families. As *Soumya grabs her professional camera and purse to race down the stairs before […]

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