Media at Work in China and India: Discovering and Dissecting
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Anyone who visits India or China will puzzle over their vast media systems. Though they exercise immense influence, the world knows very little about the media landscape in the two countries. The world s two most populous countries, comprising close to 40 per cent of the global population, have disputed boundaries and the legacy of the 1962 war. Mass media in both countries plays a pivotal role in domestic politics and is capable of telling provocative nationalist stories.This book helps readers to understand the complexities of media in India and China, and their similarities and differences. It introduces the two media systems, the people who work in them, the work they produce and the pressures that influence their work. It analyses how economic forces drives media, how newsrooms work and how governments in each country manage the coverage of disasters. Media at Work in China and India fosters greater reflection, curiosity and, perhaps, even wisdom, about fast changing media in these 21st century powerhouses. Preface Introduction: Media at Work Four Same and Three Different Robin Jeffrey and Ronojoy SenI: STRUCTURES Development and Communication: The Evolution of Chinese Media Li YangNewspapers in India: Diversity, Ownership and Future Robin Jeffrey India on Television: Owners, Politicians and Debate in a Democracy Nalin MehtaChina s Cultural War against the West Ying ZhuII. REPORTERSPortrait of a Chinese Journalist John ZhouPortrait of an Indian Journalist Anshuman TiwariExperience: Understanding and Reporting India Tang LuMedia, Messaging and Misperceptions in India China Relations: Reading the Tea Leaves Ananth KrishnanIII. PRACTICESChina in the Times of IndiaRonojoy SenThe View from an Indian Television Newsroom: What Makes Us Different? Srinjoy ChowdhuryTrying Hard to Be Soft: The Chinese State and India in CCTV News Danny Geevarghesei The CCTV Reuters Relationship John Jirik Covering Commerce: How Indian Newspapers Treat Business, Economics and the China Story Subhomoy Bhattacharjee IV. DISSECTIONS Media Control as Stability Maintenance: The Case of the Sichuan Earthquake Ming Xia When Officials and Media Failed: The Response to the Uttarakhand Floods, 2013 Anup Kumar Social Media: China and India Compared Jonathan Benney, Nimmi Rangaswamy Shooting the Messengers Simon Long Glossary Index
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26 Aug 2015
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