Subaltern Media was conceptualised and proposed by Kishore. He is also the founder-editor of the peer-reviewed Open Access journal Wide Screen. Kishore holds a PhD in media and communications studies from the University of Leeds, UK and has professional work experience in brand strategy, product design, packaging design, retail design, print journalism, internet news, and public relations industries. His interests include Design Semiotics (Industrial, Packaging, Graphic, Service, Retail, Digital), Cultural Studies, Visual Culture.
Skills: Design research, Strategy and Conceptualising, Magazine and Newspaper design and layout, Web design, Digital and non-linear editing.
- online news in Asia [Edited by Madanmohan Rao, News media and new media: Online news in Asia, 2003, Eastern Universities Press]
- popular culture, journalism, and ideology in Indian newspapers [Edited by Meenakshi Bharat, Nirmal Kumar (2007) Filming the Line of Control: The Indo-Pak Relationship through the Cinematic Lens, Routledge]
- film studies: founding editor of the peer-reviewed Open Access film and video studies journal Wide Screen (link)
Include BBC World Service, Al Jazeera English, Chicago Sun Times, Reuters, and Times of India.