When news of the Narendra Modi government’s plans to ban social media broke in January, it seemed like a farce.
But that was before social media was the world’s most widely used platform.
As social media has grown and spread, news outlets have been forced to adapt.
How have newsrooms managed?
Is it time to start asking the questions that have been asked?
This week, as the government’s move takes effect, we take a look at how some newsrooms are adapting and whether it’s time to ask the same questions.
The first question is: Is the news platform the only one?
The answer is not quite clear.
Many newsrooms still rely on print for their audience.
But the advent of mobile devices, video conferencing, and online video has made the digital platform the new home for news.
A growing number of newsrooms have shifted to online video to deliver the news.
Some newsrooms, like the one at The Times Of India, are experimenting with video.
Others are working with video for more traditional news.
But for many newsrooms and news consumers, the shift to online media is a huge opportunity.
How newsrooms approach the new platform and the news consumer The role of a news organization in the digital age has been changing dramatically.
In the 1980s, newsrooms were the ones delivering news and information on the printed page.
But as mobile phones and the Internet expanded their reach, news organizations have begun to turn to video and social media.
Now, a significant percentage of news is video-based.
The number of video news sites has increased from 5.7 million in 2011 to 13.3 million in 2015.
The largest of these is CNN International, which now has more than 1,400 video news outlets in 39 countries.
CNN’s digital news business is growing at a faster pace than news sites, according to industry data compiled by research firm eMarketer.
The online video business is also growing.
According to a recent report from market research firm Strategy Analytics, digital video is on track to surpass print and online news in the United States and Canada by 2020.
That’s in part because of the growing appetite for video.
The Pew Research Center estimates that by 2020, 45% of American adults will consume video news.
This is the fastest-growing audience for video news, as compared with just 10% of Americans who consume print news.
The rapid growth in digital news consumption is not just due to the increase in video-sharing sites like YouTube.
People are also accessing news through the apps of their smartphones.
According a 2015 study by the Pew Research Institute, a third of U.S. adults use video-sharers, which include apps like Snapchat and Instagram.
These apps have grown exponentially in popularity over the past decade.
According the Pew study, smartphone users are spending more time on these apps than the number of people who use print newsrooms.
The growth of these apps is also reflected in the news consumption habits of the people who consume it.
A recent study by EMarketer found that people who report having read news online are more likely to be part of a social media network.
This means that people are less likely to read or view the news from their newsroom.
This could be a good thing, given that many news organizations now rely on newsrooms to serve as a conduit for the content they deliver.
But it’s not clear that the news media will stay on the same page in the age of the digital news consumer.
The shift to video is another big driver of this shift.
Video platforms have come a long way in delivering news.
While there is still room for improvement, many news platforms are beginning to see a need to adjust their approach to the digital medium.
One such newsroom is CNN India, which is currently operating under the banner of CNN Global, the company’s global news arm.
This new name means that CNN is now also a global news organization.
But unlike its predecessor, CNN Global has not adopted a traditional news approach.
Rather, it has focused on video.
This shift to the new medium has been a challenge for many of the newsrooms that have followed.
CNN has struggled to find a niche in the new media landscape, as people have moved to other news platforms to consume the news they are watching.
CNN Global is currently focused on providing news content on mobile devices.
But with the advent and popularity of the iPhone, CNN’s business is increasingly tied to a traditional print newsroom model.
And this is where the news organizations that have adapted to the social media platform have come into their own.
They have made some interesting decisions to help meet their digital audience needs.
For example, CNN has changed its news content strategy to deliver news in a way that is as relevant to the news user as possible.
News consumers have embraced the news as the best way to know the latest news and are increasingly interested in breaking news and breaking news stories.
But in some cases, the news consumers have found news that they could not get through