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Digital First

Entrepreneurial Journalism in India
Surbhi Dahiya(Autor*in)
Oxford University Press
Erschienen am 14. Juni 2023
352 Seiten
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India has the second largest number of Internet users in the world today. In response to this twenty-first century wave of rapid Internet growth and usage, journalism in India is now mainly digital. Challenging the existing forms of print legacies and old media networks are a number of digital media startups that have fuelled and radically altered consumption of information by providing different and innovative forms of content strategies and distribution strategies. These include profit-based content startups, aggregation-based startups, and non-profit startups. Digital First uses a longitudinal case study approach to analyze key digital media startups in the Indian journalism industry today: notably, The Print, The Wire, The Citizen, NewsLaundry, ScoopWhoop, PARI, InShorts, Youth ki Awaaz,, Khabar Lahariya, AltNews, The Logical Indian among others. These organizations represent different strategies, approaches, and ideologies. The book discusses ways in which these startups began, and have grown, their organizational structures and policies, and their varied business models.
Surbhi Dahiya is Professor, Department of English Journalism, Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi. Surbhi writes extensively on Indian media organizations. She is the author of 'The House that ZEE Built' by Rupa Publications, 'Beat Reporting and Editing: Journalism in the Digital Age' published by SAGE publications, and latest is 'Indian Media Giants' by Oxford University Press (2022).
  • Cover
  • Digital First
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • List of Abbreviations
  • List of Illustrations
  • 1. Entrepreneurial Journalism: The New News Economy
  • 2. The Indian Trailblazers: Journopreneurs and Mediapreneurs
  • 3. ThePrint: Substance of Print, Reach of Digital
  • 4. ScoopWhoop: By the Young, for the Young
  • 5. Inshorts: A Success Story of Short-?Form Journalism
  • 6. IndiaSpend: The Data Journalism Expert
  • 7. BOOM Live: Reactive and Proactive Journalism
  • 8. Alt News: The Fake News Debunker
  • 9. People's Archives of Rural India (PARI): Reporting the Heartland of India
  • 10. Exchange4media: A Marketplace for Media Marketers
  • 11. The Wire: Connecting Masses
  • 12. Democracy News Live: Towards a Constructive Journalism
  • 13. Youth Ki Awaaz: Building a Participatory Youth Audience
  • 14. The Quint: The Signal above the Noise
  • 15. The Logical Indian: The Approachable Media for the Gen Z Millennials
  • 16. The Better India: Solution-?Based Impact Entrepreneurship
  • 17. Scroll: Data-?Driven Grassroot Reporting
  • 18. Newslaundry: The Watchdog of Watchdogs
  • 19. Beyond Headlines: Being the Change
  • 20. Boom in Digital Journalism: Start-?Ups Born in India
  • The Citizen: Looking at the Big Picture
  • Khabar Lahariya: A Digital Rural News Network
  • Editorji: Tailor-?Made Newscasts
  • SheThePeople: Breaking the Shackles
  • Gaon Connection: Revolutionizing Rural Journalism
  • Newsclick: Offering Audience Perspective
  • NEWJ: Transforming India's News Landscape with BharatFirst
  • CGNet Swara: Voice-?Based-?Journalism of Concern
  • Indian Observer Post: A Constructive News Platform
  • How India Lives: A Public Data Repository
  • The News Minute: Platform Covering Diversities
  • The Pulse: Decoding Political Affairs
  • OpIndia: An Alternate Discourse
  • Live Law: Spreading Awareness in Legal News
  • The New Indian: An Affirmation
  • Cobrapost: The Sting Operator
  • Catch News: Concise and Crisp
  • POPxo: The Infotainment Portal
  • Asiaville: The New-?Age Journalist
  • MediaCrooks: The Bold Media Platform
  • Homegrown: Digging Deeper in Society
  • VCCircle: The Blog That Was Acquired by the Mainstream
  • Sportskeeda: The Sports Buff
  • Other Platforms: UnReal Times, The New Indian Junction, Th
  • 21. Tips for Budding Journopreneurs: A Futuristic Approach
  • Index

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