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Moscow, New Delhi bat for tie-ups between Russian and Indian media

Alexey Volin, Russia’s Deputy Minister of Telecom and Mass Communication, called India an important partner and suggested that the countries could jointly produce television programs and documentaries.


Russia's National Media Group publicizes plans to enter new markets

Russia’s largest holding company, the National Media Group (NMG) has made public its plans to get into new segments of the media market in line with its revamped strategy that aims to build up capitalization, sources in the company told TASS. 


Sputnik, RT praised for helping to restore media balance in Arab world

Russian foreign language news broadcasters Sputnik and RT are showing impressive gains in acquiring new readers, viewers and listeners in the Arab world, thus helping to restore a sense of balance in the regional media space, says VetoGate, one of Egypt's leading online newspapers.


How did Telegram become Russia’s hottest new media in politics?

Telegram, a Russian-made messaging service, also allows users to create channels, and some of these are now used for political discussion and analysis in Russia. They are highly popular among the political establishment, read by tens of thousands of people, cited by journalists, and monitored by politicians. In the prevailing conditions of secrecy in Russian politics, people eagerly follow Telegram's "insiders," especially the anonymous channels.


Why India needs to protect its print media

I am an old-fashioned man with wonderful memories. For me, growing up was a joyous period and I recollect how childhood was always an association with a newspaper. I grew up chasing copies of The Hinduand The Statesman as they flew like crazy white birds as the newspaper boy threw them with abandon over a huge garden gate.


You get what you pay for: The Times on the economics of online news

The consensus among publishers is people value news but their willingness to pay for it is low. To crack this conundrum, The Times has not only got better at articulating its value but is placing greater significance on better serving the readers that care about its news, instead of chasing scale.