What is Journalism?
John Dayal: "Journalism refers to the production and distribution of reports on recent events. The word journalism applies to the occupation, using methods of gathering information and utilizing literary techniques. Various forms of journalistic mediums include: print, television, radio,Internet and in the past newsreels."
How I got into Journalism?
John Dayal: "After my schooling from Shimla and Dehradhun, I did B.sc (Physics) from St. Stephens College Delhi University and a diploma in journalism. I started reporting in 1969 as a field Journalist and served as War Correspondent or Foreign Correspondent in the Middle East, North Africa, South Asia and Europe. Later became editor and CEO of the Delhi Mid Day, a small afternoon newspaper, and treasurer of the Editors' Guild of India. I continue to provide commentary and analysis in print and on national TV and radio. Also headed the governing boards of several colleges of Delhi University, and have taught as a visiting teacher at several universities in north India. I am Indian human rights and political activist, a member of the National Integration Council (NIC) of India, Secretary-General of the All India Christian Council and a past president of the All India Catholic Union."
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