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"Politically Free, Imprisoned by Profit"

28 Oct 2016

P. Sainath while delivering 22nd Safdar Hashmi Memorial Lecture talked about the state of Indian Media and deep impact of corporate houses on it. He took jibe at the surgical strikes and said that it had exposed the bias in the Indian Media. “Any vestige of spine vanished in the last 35-40 days,” he said. The nature of the media in subcontinent has changed enormously in last 10-15 years.

 
Video Courtesy: Newsclick

"Politically Free, Imprisoned by Profit"

P. Sainath while delivering 22nd Safdar Hashmi Memorial Lecture talked about the state of Indian Media and deep impact of corporate houses on it. He took jibe at the surgical strikes and said that it had exposed the bias in the Indian Media. “Any vestige of spine vanished in the last 35-40 days,” he said. The nature of the media in subcontinent has changed enormously in last 10-15 years.

 
Video Courtesy: Newsclick

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