Sunday, April 21, 2024

Topic: Media

Palestine/Israel scholars urge U.S. media to stop ‘inflammatory and dehumanizing coverage’ of violence

In an open letter to U.S. media organizations, scholars with expertise in Palestine and Israel express deep concern regarding the coverage of ongoing violence currently prevalent in the majority of U.S. print and broadcast media.

Lokniti-CSDS study: 80% journalists believe media covers Modi govt too favourably

An overwhelming 80% of journalists in India feel that the media exhibits excessive favourability towards the Narendra Modi government, says a study published by Lokniti and the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies.

MediaOne TV ban unconstitutional, channel tells Supreme Court

The Malayalam-language news channel MediaOne TV has filed a rejoinder before the Supreme Court of India, saying Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting's last year January’s order, which had suspended the broadcast of the news channel is “violative of Article 14, 19 (1) (a) and 21st of the Constitution of India.”

Indian media gloats as Muslim activist’s house reduces to rubble

The civic authorities in Uttar Pradesh's Allahabad razed the house of Muslim activists Javed Muhammed and Afreen Fatima on Sunday; the authorities claimed that it was an unauthorised construction.

Supreme Court puts stay on Union govt’s ban on MediaOne TV channel

The Supreme Court on Tuesday put a stay on the ban imposed by the Union government on Malayalam news channel MediaOne TV.

Muslims misrepresented, defamed and libelled in British media: Report

High journalistic standards are crucial for free media, one that treats Muslims fairly and does not seek to wilfully misrepresent Muslim communities.