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Why Indian media is headed for a meltdown
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Taking Made-in-India TV shows to the world

Can you imagine a show made in India beating both The Voice and The X-Factor on ratings? Vanita Kohli-Khandekar profiles Greymatter, the Indian content firm that made it possible. IMAGE: The Remix is, arguably, the first Indian format to be exported and find a market. At present, it is in pre-production for Season 3 in Indonesia, and has just finished Season 1 in China.Photograph: Courtesy Greymatter Entertainment/Facebook.   The Remix, which just finished its third season, is one of the ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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For the great love of British TV shows

Love Sherlock, Dr Who, and Downton Abbey?  Vanita Kohli-Khandekar finds out how the UK became one the world's largest creators of television content. The Pakistan that India loves! IMAGE: Benedict Cumberbatch in and as Sherlock.    A single change in trade rules in 2003 led to the United Kingdom becoming one the world's largest creator and exporter of television content, such as Britain's Got Talent, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Sherlock, and Top Gear, among others. In ...
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There's serious money in the fake news business

And since social media platforms benefit from it, shouldn't they be held responsible for the hate and fake news they spread, asks Vanita Kohli-Khandekar. IMAGE: Given that many of the cases of lynching, some of the riots and conflicts that have happened in India recently have turned out to be a result of a fake video or WhatsApp message, it is important to remember that Google, Facebook or Twitter actively monetise what we post or forward. Photograph: Anne Ruthmann/Flickr.   Should ...
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The Dangal opportunity: How India can woo China

Dangal’s success in China opens up the world’s second-largest film market for India. But there are risks, warns Vanita Kohli-Khandekar. IMAGE: Aamir Khan's Dangal sold sold 11.7 million tickets in China. That is over four times more than Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2, according to a Chinese media research firm. Nitesh Tiwari’s Dangal crossed $113 million (Rs 723 crore) in box office collections in China last week. Shuai Jiao Baba or Let’s Wrestle, Dad is one ...
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'We need to push back on fake news very hard'

'We have to believe that in the long run, stable and secure societies thrive on a reputable news culture and people will recognise this.'   The BBC remains one of the most popular sources of news globally -- on TV, online and on radio. In 2016, it averaged 100 million unique users a month. Last year, it began an initiative called Reality Check, to tackle fake news. Jamie Angus, below, left, the editorial director at BBC Global News, talks to Vanita Kohli-Khandekar, in London.  How ...
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What does being pro-India mean?

'Those who feel the irresistible need to express strong sentiment for our nation and its contents must consider being pro-Indian, whether this Indian be jawan, cobbler, Kashmiri, lesbian, Dalit, protester, pujari, businessman or child,' says Aakar Patel.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com I am not pro-army. I'm not anti-army either. I recognise that military power is an essential requirement of the nation State. It is irresponsible to raise militias in charge of national defence (I am not ...
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Will Arnab recreate his magic with Republic TV?

Analysts say that Republic TV has to hit the top spot in the shortest possible time if it has to make a dent in the ad market and break even, writes Vanita Kohli-Khandekar.  Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com S A Hariharan of Thanthi TV was one of Tamil news television’s star anchors. When he was offered a job at Arnab Goswami’s much-talked-about and yet-to-be-launched Republic TV, an English news channel, he was hesitant because of his Tamil accent. But Goswami was ...
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'I want to give media back to India'

Times Now, the English news channel Arnab Goswami headed until recently, had an average daily reach of 1.7 million people.That may be a fraction of the 48 million Aaj Tak reached every day in 2016, but Goswami had no trouble getting investors for his new venture.The television anchor tells Vanita Kohli-Khandekar what the nation -- well, at least the Indians who once watched his nightly show -- wants to know about Republic TV.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com   "I will do the ...
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