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After Vinod Kapri, more India TV senior editorial staff to join News Express

28-December-2013
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After Vinod Kapri, more India TV senior editorial staff to join News Express

News Express will see a slew of senior editorial appointments in the January 2014. Some senior editorial staff from India TV are slated to join the news channel in the second week of January.

These include Jacob Mathew, who will be joining as Executive Editor. Nikhil Dubey and Rohit Bisht will be joining as Deputy Executive Editors. Investigative journalist Jamshed Khan will be joining as Editor – Investigation, while Sushant Pathak will be joining as Special Correspondent. Both have carried out several sting operations, including Operation Duryodhan, Operation Chakravyuh on MPs, Operation IPL, Operation World Cup, and Operation Umpire, among others.

Vinod Kapri, who recently took charge as CEO & Editor-in-Chief of News Express (http://www.exchange4media.com/53820_india-tvs-vinod-kapri-to-join-news-express-as-ceo-editor-in-chief.html), has confirmed the news to exchange4media. He added, “We are looking for the best people in the industry and by next year, we will be having the best team in our organisation.”

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