[Watch] “If You Have So Much Problem With News Channel, Then Why Do You Watch Them”-Ravish Kumar

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January 10th, 2016 / 6:54 PM

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We keep blaming news channel, for the falling standard of Journalism, do we fulfill our responsibility as the audience. We now watch news channels for the purpose of entertainment not for knowledge, perspectives, and opinions. There are many points he says with which many of us won’t agree but the essence of what he is saying is true. For falling standard of Journalism, we are as responsible as the news channel.


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