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Prabal Pratap Singh rejoins IBN7 as Consulting Editor

27-May-2016
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Prabal Pratap Singh rejoins IBN7 as Consulting Editor

Senior Journalist Prabal Pratap Singh has joined IBN 7 as Consulting Editor. He will be based out of New Delhi and will report to Rahul Joshi, CEO of news and Group Editor-in-Chief, Network 18.

Commenting on his appointment, Singh said, “I am happy to work with IBN 7 again and I’ll add value to the brand Network 18.”

Prior rejoining to IBN7 he was working as a consultant for various media houses. He was earlier associated with Aaj Tak as Executive Editor from 2007 to 2013 and stepped down in August 2013. Post Aaj Tak he joined Live India as its Managing Editor.

Singh has more than two decades of experience in the field of journalism. Prior to joining Aaj Tak, he had worked with Eenadu, The Pioneer and Rashtriya Sahara. 

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