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Media and Entertainment in the Globalisation Era has revolutionised how the world receives and views entertainment and information. The Indian media and entertainment (M&E) industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the country. The Indian Media and Entertainment (M&E) Industry, one of the most vibrant and exciting industries in the world, has had a tremendous impact on the lives and the Indian economy.

Kevin Sanson, Michael Curtin, Tejaswini Ganti, Heather Berg, Allison Perlman, Matt Sienkiewicz, Petr Szczepanik

Precarious Creativity examines the seismic changes confronting media workers in an age of globalization and corporate conglomeration. This pathbreaking anthology peeks behind the hype and supposed glamor of screen media industries to reveal the intensifying pressures and challenges confronting actors, editors, electricians, and others. The authors take on pressing conceptual and methodological issues while also providing insightful case studies of workplace dynamics regarding creativity, collaboration, exploitation, and cultural difference. Furthermore, it examines working conditions and organizing efforts on all six continents, offering broad-ranging and comprehensive analysis of contemporary screen media labor in such places as Lagos, Prague, Hollywood, and Hyderabad. The collection also examines labor conditions across a range of job categories that includes, for example, visual effects, production services, and adult entertainment. With contributions from such leading scholars as John Caldwell, Vicki Mayer, Herman Gray, and Tejaswini Ganti, Precarious Creativity offers timely critiques of media globalization while also intervening in broader debates about labor, creativity, and precarity.

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Indian Media Economy – Vol.2

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When an ad is ‘not an ad’ / Sakuntala Narasimhan • Indian media and reporting of her neighbours / Shastri Ramachandaran • A losing battle for social justice? / Vibhuti Patel • The transformation of a women’s magazine / Sakuntala Narasimhan • A writer recalls her innings with Screen / Shoma A. Chatterji • The feminisation of urban poverty / Vibhuti Patel • Changing face of India’s disinherited daughters / Pamela Philipose • When radio proved to be a lifeline / John K. Babu • Linking folk musicians to new opportunities / Bharat Dogra • Bangladesh war widows have reason to smile / Nava Thakuria • Melodies and memories from the Northeast / Ranjita Biswas • Remembering Praful Bidwai

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