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Tricks of the trade

There is a change happening in newsrooms and technology has a big role to play. Know the industry trends and how to keep pace.

Media as a branch of study and practice is highly creative. One of the key demands of the profession is thinking out-of-the-box and students aspiring to be journalists always need to be on their toes. K Ganesan, Director-General, Indian

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