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Bhupendra Chaubey appointed Executive Editor at CNN-IBN, Network 18

27-October-2015
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Bhupendra Chaubey appointed Executive Editor at CNN-IBN, Network 18

A year after stepping down from the position of Executive Editor at CNN-IBN, Bhupendra Chaubey has now returned to the company as Executive Editor at CNN-IBN, Network 18. Chaubey is back as the 'political face' of CNN-IBN. His new mandate entails overseeing the news channels of the entire group along with Hindi channels and digital properties.

Chaubey had quit in November last year from his role as Executive Editor. He had since appeared regularly on shows on IBN. Starting his career with NDTV, Chaubey has been a TV journalist for over 12 years now. As a political journalist travelling across the length and breadth of the country, he has been popular for his ability to grasp things at a micro level and then present it on a macro level. He is the authors a blog called ‘Politically Correct’ for CNN-IBN.

A graduate in Mathematics and post graduate in films, Chaubey has been among the finest political journalists of his generation having covered two general elections and assembly elections of all states. He is amongst those journalists who depend more on their ground political awareness supplementing it with academic awareness of issues that confront the nation. Chaubey often hosts the most popular and award winning news shows on CNN-IBN.

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