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Atul Agrawal joins News World India as Editor

31-December-2015
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Atul Agrawal joins News World India as Editor

Senior journalist Atul Agrawal has joined News World India, which is owned by F7 Broadcast. Prior to joining to News World, he was the CEO and Editor of India Now Television.

He announced his appointment today via a Tweet. 

 

 

 

 

 

Agrawal has worked with the entire leading Hindi news channel in the country with more than 14 years of experience.

In his 14+ year career, he has served as Executive Editor with ETV Group and Samachar Plus. He has had a stint with News Express as Associate Executive Editor. He was also the channel head for India News Bihar and Jharkhand.

Agrawal is an alumni of Bundelkhand University. 

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