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Media: Sensation not Truth

S.C. Bhatt (Author)
Synopsis The role of media in our day-to-day life is gaining significance in numerous ways. An insignificant news may take the shape of a sensational news and its reality and truth may be tarnished proving as irreparable damage. It requires caution and media discipline while giving currency to a news. The Gujarat issue is the one which have been debated in Parliament and in newspapers, thus giving damage to the communities. The theme is well-weaved into eight chapters which covers attack and criticism, bias in the print media, non news becoming news, role of electronic media, and the media freedom.
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About the author

S.C. Bhatt

Veteran and journalist, S.C. Bhatt has been whatching and writing about the problems which often appear as intractable but are finally resolved. He has headed a number of media organisation in the course of his career, from the News Services Divisionof AIR to the DAVP, and from the Publicatiosn Divison to the Rand R Division. He has written extensively on current problems and issue of several books like, The Great Divide:-Muslim Separatism and Partition; The Triangle: India-Nepal-China; Satellite Invasion of India, Broadcast Journalism: Basic Principles; Indian Press Since 1955, Scholar Statesman: Shanker Dayal Sharma- A Biography among others. He has also edited The Encyclopaedic District Gazetteers of India, a volumious work of its own kind.

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Bibliographic information

Title Media: Sensation not Truth
Author S.C. Bhatt
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8121208181
length 181p., Notes; References; Index; 23cm.