Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies

Evolutions in Photojournalism in India (2001 to 2011)
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies, 2015 - Volume 5 Issue 2, pp. 78-91
  • Published Online: 15 Apr 2015
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Abstract

This study investigated the revolutionary impact of digitization on the photojournalism in India during the 2001 and 2011. The digital camera becomes very popular, almost every person is having a digital camera or cell phone with camera features. Most (82.2%) of the photojournalist strongly agree that the use of digital camera has increased, 65.3% says quality of image increased. 30.7% photojournalist strongly agreed, with the development of new technology newspapers are reducing their photo staff. 74.3% photojournalist strongly agreed the work load of photojournalist has increased . 57.4% photojournalist believed that level of education increased among photojournalist in India.

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