On Wednesday, Ravish Kumar, one of India’s most popular television journalists, announced his resignation from New Delhi Television Ltd (NDTV) amid billionaire Gautam Adani’s imminent two-stage takeover of the network.
On Monday, Penguin Random House’s proposed purchase of rival Simon & Schuster was blocked. US District Court Judge Florence Y. Pan announced that she agreed with the US Dept. of Justice (DOJ) that combining two of the world’s largest publishers would “lessen competition” for “top-selling books."
A BBC investigation released Tuesday alleges that the social media platform TikTok has been profiting from live streams in which Syrian refugees urgently beg for cash gifts from viewers.
On Thursday, media company CNN announced that it's ending its longest-running show, Reliable Sources, and, as a result, the show's anchor Brian Stelter will exit the company.
The arrest of a freelance journalist in Jharkhand in eastern India has raised concerns among human rights activists and his family members, who say he was targeted for reporting on issues of marginalized tribal communities.