television revolution

The great Indian Willow Trick: Cricket, nationalism and India’s TV news revolution, 1998–2005

Abstract The emergence of India as the financial and spiritual heart of world cricket in the 1990s is intrinsically linked to India’s satellite TV revolution in the same period. The 1990s began with just one Indian television channel – the state owned Doordarshan – but by 2006, Indian viewers were remote-controlling their way through more […..]