Campaign India Team
Mar 16, 2013

Video: IAA Debate: Print and television are not losing relevance with growth of digital

WATCH excerpts from the first of the series of IAA Debates

In the first of the series of IAA Debates, organised by the International Advertising Association's India Chapter, the topic for discussion was whether print and television media are losing relevance with the growth of digital media.

Speakers took a stand 'For' and 'Against' the motion, the format gave an opportunity for the audience to vote 'For' or 'Against' the motion too. The verdict went 'Against' the motion.

View images from the event here


Read excerpts from the debate in the Campaign India issue dated 22 February
2013.

Source:
Campaign India

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