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Bhorer Kagoj appoints Mizanur Rahman Sohel as head of online

Staff Reporter

Published: 15:50, 1 August 2023

Bhorer Kagoj appoints Mizanur Rahman Sohel as head of online

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Bhorer Kagoj newspaper has appointed Mizanur Rahman Sohel as head of online on Tuesday (1 August) to the renovate digital presence of the three-decade old newspaper of the country.

Prior joining to the position on Tuesday, Sohel has been serving Daily Jugantor as head of online since August 1 of 2017.

During last six years, Daily Jugantor gained momentum in rank and revenue growth from digital platforms. Journalist Mizan Sohel started his career with Daily Bibrity in Pabna in 2004. He also served Daily Ajker Pabna as executive editor.

Sohel worked in several national newspapers – Daily Jugantor, Daily Ittefaq, Weekly Robbar and Priyo.com – over two decade of working experience with media. In reporting, Sohel has covered information technology and telecommunications news.

Mizanur Rahman Sohel has served Bangladesh ICT Journalists Forum (BIJF), an organization of IT journalists in Bangladesh, for two terms since 2017.
He writes books as well as journalism. He wrote a total of 26 books on self-improvement, business, education, and information technology. His notable books are Hacking and Hacker and the 101 Ways to Success.
He has written articles on recent topics and participated in television talk shows.

In beside journalism, he made some success stories in a different sectors. He is the founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Times PR, a top rated Bangladeshi public relations agency. Times PR works jointly as a PR company in Bangladesh, USA and India. Times PR is already working with more than 250 local and international brands and making their value globally.

He likes to travel abroad. He started traveling abroad since 2011. He has already traveled to several countries, including the United States, France, Sweden, Estonia, Latvia, Singapore, China, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates, India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka.


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