A debate seminar, an online seminar and a live seminar.
It’s all the rage these days, as online lectures and online discussion platforms have become a staple of online debate.
And, as a matter of fact, this trend will only continue to expand in the near future.
However, this will be a challenging time for debates in India.
For one, online debates are in the spotlight, and the media coverage is also intense.
This is also the case for debates held on TV and radio, which will be increasingly affected by the online platform.
The debate genre is in crisis.
Online debates are now the dominant form of debate in India, and debate is now being taken more seriously in a wide range of domains.
The debates are also a growing source of income for debate organisers.
These days, debate platforms, both online and offline, are increasingly trying to attract debate viewers.
The competition is fierce online.
Online platforms such as Debatas, The Debating Times and Debate Network are looking to attract and retain debate viewers, who are looking for more options and content in the debate format.
They are also offering live debates on platforms like Free View in iTunes