Monday, March 18, 2013

Nothing is Sacred: Journalism Today

Two old friends meet in Delhi to talk about where journalism is and where it is going, through their personal stories.

Sanjeev Ghimire is a writer, editor and publisher from Kathmandu, now in Delhi. He is working on Foreigner, an international magazine devoted to readers in exile.

Salik Shah started Kathmandu Speaks in 2006 and he quit Kathmandu two years later. He was working at the largest news portal in the country. He copy-edited a U.S. newspaper for a year and then moved on to pursue advertising and filmmaking.

He now runs Pulpflow: a design, strategy and communication firm in Delhi.