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Tejinder Singh Sodhi to head Bureau of Republic TV in Jammu

07-March-2017
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Tejinder Singh Sodhi to head Bureau of Republic TV in Jammu

Senior journalist Tejinder Singh Sodhi will be heading Bureau of Republic TV in Jammu. His designation will be that of Editor, Sodhi confirmed to exchange4media.

Before being appointed by ARG Outlier Media, the parent company of Republic, Sodhi worked as Principal Correspondent with India's premier news agency Press Trust of India (PTI), in its Jammu Bureau.

Sodhi who started his career at The Kashmir Monitor has also worked with Indo Asian News Service (IANS), The Hindustan Times, and The Tribune at various positions.

An Alumnus of the Media Education and Research Centre (MERC), University of Kashmir, Sodhi holds a Master of Arts Degree in Journalism from University of Kashmir, and a Master of Science Degree from the William Allen White School of Journalism, University of Kansas (USA).

A recipient of Ford Foundation Fellowship and McCormick Fellowship, Sodhi had been an expert Panelist at the National Press Club Washington DC. He had also studied a special Media and Military Course at the US Army Command and General Staff College Ford Leavenworth (Kansas USA).

In 2012, Sodhi was nominated for the World Sikh Awards London (Sikhs in Media category).

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