The reason for the downfall of the media is the economic and intellectual ethics disappearing gradually from the media

Dr. Ramesh Kumar Rawat

Abstract


There is a lot of decrease in ethics in the media at present. The reason for this moral decline is due to their mutual competition and media owners' blind appetite to earn money, facilities of media profiles and other benefits too. It can affect the personal life of media persons, steer them in the way of living, behaving and writing. On the other hand, the teaching of ethics is being taught by the media observers in media courses being run by the other institutions of education.Because of this, the students of the media have to face this contradiction when they go to work in the industry and find their theoretical study inexplicably wrong, which is a very serious question, why academics In the media courses running in institutions, the lessons of ethics will be taught. The reason for this is that the teacher cannot teach the wrong thing, because of the continuous decline in the media ethics, due to the continuous decline in the number of students who see them in their professional life,It has a negative effect on it. Some students fall in that environment and some hesitate to adopt this patron or not to adopt this patron. Therefore, due to this inner war of the student, the student stands in the place of confusion and at this time if he gets the correct direction, then he starts exploring his career prospects in the media or leaving this business.It is important to have Ethics in mainstream journalism or media streams such as newspapers, radio, television, digital media, web portal etc, so that we can save the downfall of the media today.

Keywords


Media, Coverage, Kumbh Mela

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