I have worked more than 13 years as a journalist in a variety of conflict and post conflict settings including Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Syria, Yemen, Morocco, Cyprus, Sudan and South Sudan and Liberia. Over the years I have worked with a host of notable and internationally recognized media outlets.
political issues,current affairs,parliamentry reporting,+ religious part
iam peshawar based journalist worked wt local urdu daily mashriq for last 3year.i have also 7years experiance in this filed.i have Experiance about political issues,current RELIGIOUS PARTIES+CURRENT AFFAIRS affairs,parliamentry reporting.
James Astill has been writing for The Economist on defence and terrorism matters sine June 2004. He was previously our Afghanistan correspondent, and, for three years, our roving Africa correspondent, based in Nairobi. For much of that time, he also worked for the Guardian and the BBC. He began writing freelance journalism in Tokyo, while conducting postgraduate studies in Japanese theatre.
I have been a radio journalist for 3 years currently associated with state run radio in its news and current affairs section. Earlier I worked in a news agency and an NGO as media officer. I have also been a freelance translator ( English Urdu, Pakistani Punjabi) for over 5 years)
current affair ,afghanistan, sport, showbiz, social issues
I have worked extensively in print, radio, related aspects of the media both here. I'm experienced newspaper editor, reporter, Translator and interviewer, photographer. currently attached with www.thirdreport.com as writer also with www.citizenside.com as editor
I am a free lance photojournalist. I started my profession in 1996. I worked for The Statesman, The Telegraph, Northeast Sun and other news papers. Presently contributing in Associate Press and Press Trust of India. I worked for Asian News international as television journalist in 1997 to 1998.
i am muhammad ali pakistan incharge city survey reporter and photographer daily sheltor i have lot of expriance in photographery and reporting ,show biz reporting lot of interviewer and cultural reporting stage tv and filim actor and acters language expricnce urdu, english, punjbai
New York Times Co. former award-winning reporter known for professional style. Willing to be Florida correspondent/ international/regional reporter. Writes articles on travel, health, breaking news, how-to, women's issues, environment, Florida, gov. Recent clips at floridahealthnews.com
business, economics, politics and all major events in Indonesia
I recently work as a free lancer fixer/ producer and/or correspondent for international news services or tv medias such as CNN, Channel 7 and Al Jazeera International. I live and work in Jakarta, Indonesia. I am looking forward to cooperate with media that need my expertise, skill and experiences.
*Afghanistan,Foreign,Crime,War & terror Correspondent,etc etc.
i m Islamabad based journalist,I am working for a News paper as a investigative Reporter,General, Crimes reporting, assignments and research , Especially about Taliban & militants and Drugs & Narcotics issue.
European and Foreign affairs, Geopolitics, Security Studies
2004 took under protection by Reporters without Borders and mentioned by US State Department Report for his activity as whistleblower against the censorship and corruption in the Romanian public radio at that time.
Memebr of Association of European Journalists
Talk show host - World affairs, Economics, Politics, Celebs.
Currently, Editor and CEO of ITMN, at New Delhi, having a highly experienced Television production team and working on assignments for Indian and international Television Channels. Current TV series include Insight-with Vickram Bahl and Opportunities Overseas,both telecast on DD,Indian National TV.
Politics, Society, Human Rights, cultural Heritage, Af-Pak
Mr. Shaheen Buneri is a journalist from Pakistan's war-ravaged Pakhtunkhwa province. He covered issues related to politics, society, human rights and cultural heritage for national and international media. He was a fellow of the Pulitzer Center On Crisis Reporting in 2011.