Publications must urgently figure out strategies that will allow them to be sustainable online. That is vital for India’s democracy.
Raju NarisettiAdd effective govt #mediacapture, rampant self-censorship and near-zero trust levels, the "India is different" biz myth really falls apart when it comes to newspaper health:
The future of India’s newspapers has to be digital & it has to be now. scroll.in/article/937657…@scroll_in
His achievements are bad for Hungarian liberty—and an object lesson in what is possible for would-be autocrats elsewhere
Raju NarisettiWorth reading for anyone concerned about the surge in electoral/illiberal Democracies around the world...something those of us who believe in Democracies/elections are prepared to deal with:
How Viktor Orban hollowed out Hungary’s democracy @TheEconomist
US newspaper The New York Times has become the latest publisher to put up a hard registration wall, following extensive registration and log-on tests last month. Visitors to any of the publisher’s articles are now met by a request to keep reading by...
Donald Trump's supporters now have what they want: a president who embodies the rage they feel, while reassuring them that hatred is justifiable.
Raju NarisettiAm re-reading this Nov 2017 brilliance, The Nationalist's Delusion, by @AdamSerwer in @TheAtlantic and thinking if I had my druthers, I would make it mandatory reading for every (political) journalist in America headed in 2020 elections.
“By deliberately targeting me the complainant seeks to divert attention away from the serious allegations of sexual harassment against him and the public outrage that followed," Ramani said.
Raju NarisettiIn India, where the #metoo movement has turned serial sexual harassers into those demanding justice, an editor deliberately targeted for intimidation has her speaking moment in court: @priyaramani calls out ruling party politician M.J. Akbar's tactics
A new approach to training artificial intelligence algorithms involves paying people to submit medical data, and storing it in a blockchain-protected system.
Raju NarisettiMost of world's AI is trained on @Wikipedia. This would be good for them to do, support @Wikimedia Foundation to keep Wikipedia robust and thriving for all.
@wired: #AI Needs Your Data—and You Should Get Paid for It