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To be held in Mumbai
The new Playboy iPad App has prompted criticism from online tech and media forums that the absence of nudity is a gaping hole in the premium priced content.Priced at $4.99 (£3.20), the HD downloadable digital version of Playboy magazine has been edited to comply with Apple’s strict no-nudity policy. The previous iPhone app also toed the no-nudity line and was priced at $0.99 (63p).US media website Minonline criticised the lack of pictorials and cartoons typical of the printed magazine, despite the inclusion of "attractive headshots".
The Editors Guild of India has decided to make the issue of paid news in newspapers and news TV channels a focus area for 2010. (There is no link to the announcement on the Editors Guild site, believe it or not, so I link to a blog, churimuri, which has the entire text).I wish Rajdeep Sardesai (the new president of the Guild) and all members of the Guild all the best.
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