BOL Media Group, Pakistan’s largest media organization, is set to become a trailblazer in the country’s media industry by bringing about a revolution in the news and entertainment field. In this context, the group is on the lookout for veteran and renowned media personnel.
Muhammad Usman completed his graduate education in mass communication from Punjab University in 1993. He began his career in journalism from Daily Nawa-e-Waqt, a Lahore-based Urdu-language newspaper, as a Subeditor. He then joined Daily Jang in Lahore in 1997 and started working for its magazine section and newsroom. After a stint at Jang, he joined Daily Insaf, another Urdu-language newspaper, as Senior Magazine Editor. He left the newspaper in late 2002 as Deputy Editor to join Geo News where he worked at various key positions. He then moved to Express News in 2007 as Controller News and had the rare privilege of being one of its launching members. After working at the channel for nearly a year, he returned to Geo News as Dubai Bureau Chief and then got promoted to Controller News and Head of Bulletins. Since 2009 he has headed Geo Tez and was the key person involved in the strategic planning and execution of its launch.
Muhammad Usman has attended several training programs which were conducted in collaboration with the University of America and Asia Pacific Institute of Broadcasting, Malaysia. In a career spanning more than two decades, he has had the privilege of working with some of the country’s top journalists including Azhar Abbas and Kamran Khan. He has also conducted interviews of several famous politicians, including Benazir Bhutto and Farooq Ahmed Khan Leghari.
“BOL is out to recruit the best media professionals in Pakistan and Muhammad Usman is another incredibly valuable addition to our ever-expanding network,” said Axact and BOL’s Chairman and CEO, Shoaib Ahmed Shaikh.
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