“BOL Media Group is all set to bring about a revolution in the news genre in Pakistan’s media industry, depicting the country as a progressive, forward-looking and prosperous nation to the world,” the group said in a release.
“The process of transformation has already begun as Pakistan’s top media elite joins hands with BOL. To this end, the group has sought the services of some leading media persons and Nusrat Javeed is one of them.”
The amount, on which the senior anchor has joined the group, but it should be hefty amount, may be in millions.
Nusrat Javeed completed his education in philosophy from Government College, Lahore in 1975 after which he joined the field of journalism and would go on to build a diverse and illustrious portfolio as a columnist and news anchor.
A journalist of the highest caliber, Nusrat Javeed has written for all the leading newspapers of the country. In fact, he has made a name for himself as a highly opinionated columnist who has thorough understanding of a plethora of national and international issues.
He entered the world of broadcast media with his program, Bolta Pakistan with AAJ TV and quickly rose to prominence in the field. Nusrat Javeed’s three decades of experience in the field of journalism mark him as one of the most learned journalists in Pakistan’s media industry. He was the first Pakistani reporter to cover Indian elections in 1984 and since then, he has covered all elections held in Pakistan as well as India. He also has extensive experience in coverage of the conflict zones, including Iraq, Lebanon and Afghanistan.
“Nusrat Javeed’s diverse and illustrious portfolio speaks for itself and marks him as another brilliant addition to BOL’s senior leadership,” said Axact and BOL’s Chairman and CEO, Shoaib Ahmed Shaikh.
Earlier, the big media journalist, Kamran Khan left Geo for the Bol TV.