India's Influential News Media

Indian press has such a deep influence over the lives of people that the Indians trust their media more than their government in terms of news authenticity. A survey shows that the most preferred medium of news in India is television (about 37 per cent), followed closely by newspapers (at 36 per cent). Then comes radio at 7 per cent and news magazines at 4 per cent. Thus, media training…

February 12, 2020
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Ten of the Best Free Android News Apps

February 6, 2020

One of the most logical and useful groupings of applications are the Android news apps. It just makes sense to have one or more of these free apps on your phone so you can get the news you want when you want. Typically, all the bigger news sources provide their applications free of charge making these free news apps an even bigger no-brainer. This leaves everyone with one big decision…

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CNN HD – Because the News Matters

24 hour news outlets are now something of a given. We can get our news fix anytime we want, courtesy of satellite TV news channels such as CNN. CNN or cable news network, was actually founded way back in 1980-it was the very first station to provide 24-hour television news coverage and today it is second to the BBC with the most employed journalists and worldwide bureaus. CNN is also…

February 4, 2020
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Booming: Television News Channels in India

News programmes have suddenly become hot property and are vying for attention with other popular programmes telecast in different channels. All major television broadcasters are including at least one news channel to their bouquet. The biggest headache for launching a satellite channel is programme software for round the clock. In this juncture, newsgathering is a major task for the 24-hour news channels. To cater this task, the emerging electronic channels…

February 1, 2020
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Audi Q2 L E-Tron Is An Electric Crossover With 165 Miles Of Range

April 24, 2019

Audi unveiled the Q2 L e-tron at the Shanghai Auto Show earlier this week, but it was hard to notice as the company focused nearly all of its attention on the AI:ME concept. While the automaker didn’t say much about the crossover, it was designed specifically for the Chinese market and will go into production at their Foshan plant later this year. Based on the extended wheelbase Q2 L, which…

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