IMHO, on this subject, we need to note that "Times Now" has been
registering [maximum] a large number of exposes in a very wide range of
It is unfortunate but true that oflate "washing dirty linen in public' is
a acceptable practice.
It may not be wise to have a standard / sober format for News Hour at all
Personal tastes are different...but can there be a "conclusion oriented"
method in discussing "a long sequence of Exposes" in public ?
Gopal T V
Dr. T V Gopal
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
College of Engineering
Chennai - 600 025, INDIA
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On Fri, July 25, 2014 6:43 pm, Vernkatraman Rajendran email@example.com
> I fully endorse the views of Primepoint Srinivasan.Â Newshour shouting
> and especially the arrogance of Arnab Goswami is really becoming
> intolerable day be day.Â I am pretty sure that one day Times group would
> feel that he is getting more popular (or more controversial or more
> unpopular and thus being spoken about) than the group itself and will
> quietly show him the exit.Â Â It is the problem with people 'thinking'
> that they know too much than they actually 'know'.Â I certainly know many
> in vernacular media who are more decent (Rajat Sharma in Aaj Tak Aap ki
> Adalat) and quite a few in Tamil media too, who are are more knowledgeable
> and less arrogant.
> V. Rajendran
> Advocate and Cyber Law Consultant
> President, Cyber Society of India
> URL : venkrajen.in
> +91-44-22473849;Â Â +91-9444073849
> On Friday, July 25, 2014 8:14 AM, "Prime Point Srinivasan
> firstname.lastname@example.org [prpoint]" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Forwarding a response from Shri S Narendra (Former Information Advisor to
> Prime Ministers) - circulated in another group - Moderator
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: S. Narendra <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Thu, Jul 24, 2014 at 11:14 PM
> Subject: Re: [Media Forum] News Hour or Noise Hour?
> To: email@example.com
> Nuesense hour is an apt description.
> Media is no longer a spectator or reporter of news but an active, partial,
> player in the politics and economics.Anchors have grown bigger than
> DMK/AIDMK cutouts.
> This began with Prannoy Roy,Karan Thaper and the trend has only gotten
> worse.Many channels are competing with Fox news of Murdoch.
> Some semblance of balance and less noise can still be got from BBC/CNN/al
> Verbal diarrhea has singularly affected the nightly noise hour.
> With mobile phones,one canget a lot ofsources for not justnews but
> intelligent analysis.Just now a friend hasforwarded an article on Indian
> media by Australian Journalism teacher.I will forward it thanks
> S Narendra
> On Jul 24, 2014 4:15 PM, "BNK 24x7" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Has the News Hour become a Noise Hour?Â
>>Many friends tell me they stopped watching it. At home too, the family
>> prefers soaps rather than the noise and shouting.
>>Friends, pl share your views and make this debate a professionally
>> enriching one.
>>1. Do you think Times Now News Hour is becoming one-sided?
>>2. Do you think the anchors make a lot of fuss over even small issues?
>>3. Do you think the kind of aggressive and imposing approach that the
>> anchors adopts (even in Evening News) is proper?
>>4. Do you think the right message or conclusion in debates come through
>> in the cacophony?Â
>>5. What do you think, as a viewer, the right way to present the news and
>> debates - and do foreign news channels like BBC, CNN and Al Jazeera stand
>> out as shining examples?
>>6. Any other point that you would like to add
>>Thanks & Regards
Posted by: "Gopal T V" <email@example.com>
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