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In the decades following India's opening to foreign capital, the city of Bangalore emerged, quite unexpectedly, as the outsourcing hub for the global technology industry and the aspirational global city of liberalizing India. Through an ethnography of English and Kannada print news media in Bangalore, this ambitious and innovative new study reveals how the expanding private news culture played a critical role in shaping urban transformation in India, when the allegedly public profession of journalism became both an object and agent of global urbanization. Building on extensive fieldwork carried out with the Times of India group, the largest media house in India, between 2008 and 2012, Sahana Udupa argues that the class project of the 'global city' news discourse came into striking conflict with the cultural logics of regional language and caste practices. Advancing new theoretical concepts, Making News in Global India takes arguments in media scholarship beyond the dichotomy of public good and private accumulation.

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'Sahana Udupa's Making News in Global India ranks among the most important theoretical and ethnographic studies of news media in South Asia to be published in recent years. She argues convincingly that our assumptions about publicity and privacy, vernacular and standard, local and global need to be rethought in order to fully understand the operations of news media in India's 'world-class' cities.'

Dominic Boyer - Rice University, Houston

'Sahana Udupa has written a groundbreaking, lively, and important media ethnography exploring the worlds of print journalists and journalism in Bangalore, showing how their work is inseparable from India's rapid urbanization, and transforming logics of region, caste, class and language.'

Faye Ginsburg - New York University

'Sahana Udupa's lively and perceptive ethnography of English and Kannada news production in Bangalore goes beyond the usual antitheses of local and global to show the emergence of new pathways of social change, and new sites and styles of cultural resistance. An important contribution to the literature on the contemporary dynamics of cultural globalization in India.'

Arvind Rajagopal - New York University

'What role does Bangalore’s private news culture play in shaping the southern Indian metropolis’ ongoing urban transformation? Sahana Udupa's new book answers this question through a fascinating and fine grained ethnography of the city’s bilingual news media. Exploring differences amongst the English language and local language press, class-based civic activism, novelties in newsroom practices and layers of journalistic identities, the book shows the ways in which a certain type of aspiration that has come to characterize some news outlets, conflicts and contends with the visibility of local urban cultures and the struggle for dominance amongst different actors in the news field.'

Ian Cook Source: New Books Network (newbooksnetwork.com)

'As an exemplar of a riveting ethnographic enquiry about a city’s transformed newspaper scene and its conflicted and collaborative relationships with modernity, Udupa’s book stands alongside other similarly engrossing accounts of the fascinating complexity of the Indian newspaper landscape. The book adds to an increasing field of knowledge that has sought to theorize the Indian media by building upon preexisting conceptual tools and adding new ones to them. In doing so, Making News in Global India opens up key new avenues for scholars similarly interested in capturing the cultural, political, and historical vectors that make the Indian media scene unique.'

Sangeet Kumar Source: Communication, Culture and Critique

'It is on rare occasions that one comes across a study that is both theoretically sophisticated and deeply grounded in the localities of news production … the study offers a compelling perspective on the ways in which news production is being shaped not just by the variegated compulsions of globalising India but also by the force of changing tradition, national politics, flows of ideas within news rooms and personnel within a highly competitive news environment.'

Pradip Ninan Thomas Source: Media International Australia

'Udupa does a commendable job of weaving together the politics of the social locations of the journalists with their work culture.'

Sudeshna Devi Source: International Social Science Review

'This nuanced and well-argued book has the added advantage of straddling English and vernacular worlds, allowing Udupa to intervene significantly in how we understand the dynamics of interaction between the language of empire and globalisation and the realm the author terms ‘bhasha’ media. … This book must be read not only by all of those interested in the continuing importance of printed news in a world increasingly defined by digitalisation, but also by anyone concerned with the future of cities as zones of public discourse and conflict. As part of a broader shift in anthropology to consider mass mediation beyond reductionist accounts of technical networks, Udupa’s book has also made a significant contribution to our understanding of globalising cities and the political public sphere itself.'

Francis Cody Source: Contributions to Indian Sociology

'In this book, Sahana Udupa develops a rich and complex analysis of the news media of Bangalore in the context of urban neo-liberal transformation. … her impressive ethnography reaches beyond media anthropology to inform recent scholarly interest in the spaces and discourses of post-colonial cities …'

Jennifer Hasty Source: South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies

'… the topic is engrossing, the interviews are full of insights, and the author’s industry is unquestionable. The book adds another perspective on Bengaluru, India’s most switched-on city, and how its swelling numbers of citizens relate to the media by which they connect to their world.'

Robin Jeffrey Source: Asian Studies Review

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