Sorav In Media
Rajasthan Patrika: Interview and detailed coverage about Digital Upwaas and the effects of digital addiction
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The New Indian Express : Interview for the #DigitalUpwaas challenge and its results that was initiated in June, 2019
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A freebie or to be free of That’s the debate revolving around Free Basics, with divided opinions. We present the different sides. The recent debate about Facebook’s Free Basics is complicated; that much anyone is sure of. The sides are divided with the Net Neutrality vs Save The Internet campaigns,..Read More
The good, the bad and the ugly of social media Decrease in personal interaction and other risks associated with children using social media platforms were among the concerns expressed during a panel discussion on Saturday. During the recent deluge in Chennai, residents shared photos and videos on social media sites...Read More
I was interviewed and featured on Deepak’s blog who is a Digital Marketing Consultant, Author and Trainer!
An Interview with Sorav Jain – Founder & CEO of echoVME Today I am interviewing Sorav Jain, one of the pioneers in Digital Marketing in India. Sorav heads echoVME, a self funded organization that helps other organizations with digital marketing. Sorav was also featured on my list of top digital marketing experts in..Read More
I was featured in The Hindu with a quote on how government Facebook pages relevant to Chennai city is performing.
Street plays hold ground in the age of social media They focus on child trafficking, sanitation, nutrition and several other problems in the city Street plays that were once associated only with rural areas of our country made its entry in urban neighbourhoods a long time ago. In its urban..Read More
I was featured in The Hindu with my quote on Net Neutrality and how data operators are trying to regulate it.
What’s up with WhatsApp calls? Residents miffed over plans to charge calls made over the service. If the government committee that is wrestling with questions surrounding net neutrality has its way, WhatsApp, Viber and Skype will not be as free as before. According to one of its recommendations, domestic calls..Read More
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