Blogging Power

Washington Post recognises the power of Indian blogosphere. We bloggers have become a pain in the neck of media bosses and corporate houses. But there is little that they can do. So guys, blog! Blogs are going to becoming increasingly powerful in the next five years. Better start early if you haven’t started blogging yet.

Learning to Live with Bloggers



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3 responses to “Blogging Power

  1. Sansarchandra

    There is no doubt that blogs and rss feed have helped in exposing the cosy nexus between media, politicians and vested groups like missionaries, jihadis and NGO’s masquerading as human rights organisation. Blogging is still in its infancy but it has the potential of becoming a giant killer (for the media and people who had lot to hide all these years).

  2. sanjaychoudhry

    The number of journalists are going down drastically while that of bloggers is increasing. A paradigm shift is occuring in the way we exchange news and opinion.

    Read this:

  3. S

    I have come across some information on our major media sources that has bothered me greatly. Here it is –

    1. NDTV – Funded by Gospels of Charity in Spain that also supports Communism. Recently it has developed a soft corner for Pakistan because it is the only channel allowed in Pakistan. Prannoy Roy’s full name is Prannoy James Roy and he is a Christian. His wife Radhika Roy is the sister of Brinda Karat, wife of Prakash Karat. Arundhati Roy’s full name is Suzanne Arundhati Roy and she is the niece of Prannoy James Roy.

    2. CNN-IBN – 100% funded by Southern Baptist Church. The church anually allocates 800 million dollars for the promotion of its channels. Rajdeed Sardesai is the Indian head along with his wife Sagarika Ghosh.

    3. Times group list – Times Of India, Mid-day Times, Nav-Bharat Times, Stardust, Femina, Vijaya Times, Vijaya Karnataka, Times Now (24 hour channel).

    Times Group is owned by Bennett and Coleman Ltd. 80% of the funding is done by World Christian Council and balance 20% is shared equally by an Englishman and an Italian. The Italian Roberto Mindo is a close relative of Sonia Antonio Maino.

    4. Star TV – Is run by an Australian, who is supported by St. Peters Pontifical Church, Melbourne.

    5. The Hindu – Has been taken over by the Joshua Society, Berne, Switzerland.

    Do we need to wonder why our news is so heavily anti-Hindu ?

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