Posts Tagged ‘ Noam Chomsky ’

Inappropriate from any perspective

Sep 11th, 2012 | By | Category: Ethics, Jang, The News

Last week one of the PMW team Tweeted about an article published by The News and Daily Jang as ‘National News’. The piece referred to was written by Abdur Rehman Bawa whose Khatm-e-Nubuwwat is an Anti-Ahmadiyya group. Leaving aside for the purposes of this post the question of whether it is appropriate for a media […]



Noam Chomsky's Description of Pakistan's Media Raises Questions

Dec 8th, 2010 | By | Category: Daily Times, Jang, The News

American intellectual Noam Chomsky has been writing about media and influence for decades. His book with co-author Edward S. Herman is a foundational work on the subtle ways media shapes the way we think and see the world, and the powers that influence media from behind the scenes. Last Month, Professor Chomsky spoke to India’s […]



Media Priorities

Sep 2nd, 2010 | By | Category: Daily Times, Dawn, The Nation, The News

Today we began what we believe will be an interesting experiment in observing media priorities. We started by looking at what different newspapers found to be worthy of front page coverage and also the topics of each paper’s editorials. The results might surprise you…but probably not. Yesterday, Pakistan suffered a serious attack in which at […]



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