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A history of Indian journalism.

Mohit Moitra

A history of Indian journalism.

by Mohit Moitra

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Published by National Book Agency in Calcutta .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Journalism -- India -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN5372 .M6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination193 p.
      Number of Pages193
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5033401M
      LC Control Number73903578

        A young girl prays at her bedside at a boarding school. A new book by an Ojibwe author tells the stories life for American Indian children in boarding schools designed to Author: Dan Gunderson.   brief history of indian media Indian Media consist of several different types of communications: television, radio, cinema, newspapers, magazines, and Internet-based Web sites/portals. Indian media was active since the late 18th century with print media started in , radio broadcasting initiated in , and the screening of Auguste and.

      History of Hindi Journalism: By Dr. Mrinal Chatterjee Professor and Head of the Institute Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) Sanchar Marg, Dhenkanal, Orissa (India) The first Hindi newspaper Oodhund Martand, a weekly was published in Kolkata on 'in the interest of Hindustanis'. However, its editor Yugal Kishore. Many people have given some really great suggestions for a better understanding of politics and current state in India. I have been reading a few books in the same ballpark and would suggest the following books: 1- Half-Lion by Vinay Sitapati: Thi.

      (3) J. Natarajan: History of Indian Journalism; Publication Division. (4) RangaswamyParthasarathi: Journalism in India; Sterling Publishing, New Delhi. (5) MohitMoitra: A History of Indian Journalism; National Book Agency. (6) K.K. Ghai: Indian Government and Politics; Kalyani Publishers. (7) Recommendations of First Press Commission.   Moitra, Mohit (), A History of Indian Journalism, Kolkata: National Book Agency. (This book covers the subject only till the s, as the author died while he was still working on the book. As a result, the book is based on only such chapters as he had written by the time of his demise.).


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A History of Indian Journalism Hardcover – January 1, by Mohit Moitra (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsCited by: 1. HISTORY OF INDIAN JOURNALISM, ENGLISH, PUBLICATION DIVISION, J.

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About The Book: his is a book on Indian Journalism for Indian Journalists citing examples of Indian writers, Kamath quotes profusely from the writings, Kamath quotes profusely from the writings of Indian editors to illustrate his ideas which considerably adds to the relevance of his work.

The earliest, surviving printed book in India is the Compendio Spiritual Da Vide Christaa (Spiritual Compendium of the Christian life) of Gaspar Jorge de Leão Pereira, the Portuguese Archbishop of Goa. and research. We hope the book can boost the intellectual foundations of journalism studies, providing the reader with an overview of journalism as a dynamic fi eld of study across its diverse epistemological, theoretical and methodological traditions.

The Handbook of Journalism Studies sets out to comprehensively chart the fi eld and defi neFile Size: 2MB. James Augustus Hickey is considered as the "father of Indian press" as he started the first Indian newspaper from Calcutta, the 'Bengal Gazette' or the 'Calcutta General Advertise' in January Inthe first newspaper from Bombay, the 'Bombay Herald' appeared, followed by the 'Bombay Courier' next year.

One of the pioneers of Indian language journalism was Raja Ram Mohan Roy with his Persian newspaper Miratool Akbar. He created the newspaper in order to indicate to the rulers’ knowledge of the real situation of their subjects and make the subjects acquainted with the established laws and customs of their rules.

This book entitled Principles of Indian Journalism and Mass Communication is an attempt to carve the historical approach trend and development of Indian journalism apart from the mass media including folk group and interpersonal communication indeed the principles of the journalistic and mass media oriented approaches.

History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Moitra, Mohit. History of Indian journalism. Calcutta, National Book Agency [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mohit Moitra.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thiaga Rajan, S.P., History of Indian journalism. Thanjavar, Distributors: Columbia House []. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

National Emergency Library. Top History of Indian Journalism Item Preview remove-circle. History Of Journalism In India James August Hickey started the first newspaper in India in the year The paper was called the Bengal Gazette(later called the Hicky’s Gazette).

History of Journalism India has a long history of the freedom struggle that included various challenges.

The freedom of the Press in India has also endured a saga of fights against draconian authorities which attempted to suppress information. Pre-independence The first newspaper in India is credited to James Augustus Hickey, who launched The Bengal Gazette, [ ].

Development of Indian Press during British Rule in India History of Newspaper in India - The first newspaper in India was published on 29 January, by James Augustus Hicky under the British Raj and its name was ‘The Bengal Gazette’.

It was also called as ‘Calcutta General Advertiser’. This list of Indian journalists includes notable journalists working in India who write and speak in one of many official languages of India.

Javed Anand, (ca. –) an alternative journalist, co-founder of Sabrang Communications, and co-editor of Communalism Combat, who.

The history of journalism is closely related to the developments of printing press. The credit for the invention of the art of printing goes to the Chinese. Chinese were the first to use movable types for the printing press. Even paper was first of all manufactured in China.

The first book was also printed by the Chinese people in AD.assist conversion and evangelization. Dr. Nadig Krishna Murthy states in his work Indian Journalism that the first printed book in India was Doctrina Christa (Doc trine of Christ), a missionary publication in in Goa.

The second printing press in India was established in at Punikael, in Tirunelvely district in Tamil Size: KB.15 Books You Should Read to Understand Modern Journalism. By Jason Rhode here is a chronological list of 15 books on modern journalism that everyone should read.

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