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Thursday, Oct 28, 2021
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‘The Editor Must Draw A Line In The Sand Early On’

Anand P. Raman, editor-at-large at the Harvard Business Review Group, on the evolution of business magazine journalism in India.

‘The Editor Must Draw A Line In The Sand Early On’
‘The Editor Must Draw A Line In The Sand Early On’
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Anand P. Raman is an editor-at-large at the Harvard Business Review Group, based in Boston. He has been a business journalist for almost 30 years, and was editor of Business Today from 1993-2000. In an e-mail interview with Sunit Arora (who worked with him at Business Today), Raman talks about the evolution of business magazine journalism in India and how magazines can stay relevant in a digital era. Excerpts:

When you took charge of Business Today (BT) in 1993, Business India (BI) defined magazine business journalism in India. What to your mind was its USP?

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