The Arnab scandal has once again revealed the face of the TV industry of our country. It is still a very small part of the face associated with power at a deep level. The relationship of the TV industry with its own news is not as much as the rule of law, regulation and self-regulation are not related to the shadow of power! In the light of the Arnab scandal, senior journalists Urmilesh are discussing the unique 'game' of politics, power and media with senior journalists M K Venu and Ashutosh.

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