Apr 4, 2024

Wall Street Journal names new Asia editor

Deborah Ball replaces Andrew Dowell, who will now oversee the Middle East bureau after over seven years in Asia.

Feb 29, 2024

The Economist targets younger audience with OOH campaign

Campaign includes new tagline 'Independent journalism for independent thinking'.

Nov 24, 2023

Journalists and PR people don’t have to be friends, but we rely on each other

Reporters may not always be your friend, but it doesn't mean they're your enemy either, opines The Message co-founder Chris Powell.

Oct 6, 2023

Journalism can't be prosecuted as terrorism: Press bodies in India seek intervention over latest NewsClick media arrests

On October 3, the Special Cell of the Delhi Police raided the homes of 46 journalists, editors and writers related to the publication NewsClick—under the suspicion of disseminating Chinese propaganda and leading to two arrests under various sections of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

Sep 15, 2023

Is the era of human-generated journalism officially over?

From AI anchors to articles churned out by Chat GPT, what's the value today of a human journalist in a world where it costs only $400 to machine-generate the news? Plenty and then some, editor Rahat Kapur opines.

Jul 28, 2023

Beware of 'media pitching' AI tools

Every PR will recognise the struggle to pitch to the media. It’s the part of the job where outcomes don’t match efforts. So it’s no wonder that AI-based services are cropping up promising a solution for ‘media outreach’. But do they work?