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Network18's Vinay Tewari moves on to Headlines Today as Managing Editor

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Network18's Vinay Tewari moves on to Headlines Today as Managing Editor

Vinay Tewari, Managing Editor at Network18, has put in his papers. According to industry sources, he is joining Headlines Today as Managing Editor. Tewari had taken on the additional responsibility of Managing Editor, IBN7 in January 2014 after Ashutosh decided to move on. Tewari has been Managing Editor of CNN-IBN. In this expanded role, he has been driving network synergies at CNN-IBN and IBN7.

Tewari has over two decades of experience in journalism across reportage, desk, news production and special events coverage. Prior to Network18, he was Metro Editor and Senior Producer, TV Today Network for three years, where he was Head of the Delhi Bureau of Aaj Tak. He was also responsible for creating synergies between Aaj Tak and TV Today’s English platform, Headlines Today.

Before that, he was Deputy Metro Editor, The Times of India from May 1994 to August 2002, where he joined the newsdesk and was part of the team that launched Delhi Times.

Tewari started his career in journalism with English newspaper The Pioneer as a Staff Reporter in February 1993. 

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