Newsroom managers should consider how to ensure that their reporters are better equipped to meet the evolving demands of the media industry, including new technologies, as they face a changing landscape of social media and digital news platforms, according to a report by the New Media Forum.
The report, titled “Why Indian Media Should Be More Open,” is part of the annual edition of the Media Research Center’s annual State of the News report.
It focuses on how the media has evolved since 2014, when the Bharatiya Janata Party government launched a crackdown on illegal publishing.
Among the key findings of the report is the fact that the Indian media is becoming increasingly self-aware, as digital news outlets struggle to adapt to new technologies and the government’s attempts to control news coverage are impacting journalism in India.
The report also points out that Indian media outlets are increasingly facing the challenges of keeping up with new technologies that enable them to better adapt to the demands of news consumers, especially when they have to compete with international outlets, especially in the digital space.
The New Media Summit is held annually at the New Delhi headquarters of the National Press Club, the world’s largest press association, to discuss issues of relevance to India’s media.
The 2017 event also addressed how the government, and especially the media, are evolving to meet social media challenges, especially after the government passed a new online libel law in June, which has led to an increase in the number of journalists being sued by online media platforms.
The government has also stepped up efforts to control and control the flow of information, with the government launching the media regulator’s “Information Ministry” last month and a number of new laws to regulate media coverage and content.
The New Media Report is part in a series of reports that are being presented annually by the government on various issues of concern to the country’s media and the news industry.
The Times of the Indian Century is a joint initiative of The Times Of India and the Hindu Times, which aims to ensure the accuracy, reliability and integrity of India’s print and digital media.