The Indian news media industry: Structural trends and journalistic implications

@article{Chadha2017TheIN,
  title={The Indian news media industry: Structural trends and journalistic implications},
  author={Kalyani Chadha},
  journal={Global Media and Communication},
  year={2017},
  volume={13},
  pages={139 - 156}
}
  • Kalyani Chadha
  • Published 2017
  • Political Science
  • Global Media and Communication
Over the past two decades, India’s media sector has witnessed profound and transformative change reflected in the expansion of both outlets and audiences. According to recent estimates, the country has over a 100 news channels that reach 161 million TV households, about 94,067 newspapers, as well as over 200 million Internet users. These developments have engendered a growing discourse that emphasizes the growth and dynamism of Indian media. However, this predictably celebratory narrative does… Expand
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