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Ms Munni Saha, Head of News, ...
Ms Munni Saha, Head of News, ATN News, Dhaka.
Munni Saha, Tutor
Munni Saha studied M.A. (Master of Arts) Mass Communication and Journalism from Dhaka University in1994.
At present she is working with ATN NEWS as head of news.
Prior to that, she also worked with Ekushey Television as a special correspondent, covered major national & international socio-political events.
She also worked with the national newspaper Daily Bhorer Kagoj as a staff reporter, covered mainstream social and political issues, as well as health, women and children issues.
Significant coverage included - Pakistans National election, held in March 2008, SAARC summit held in Delhi in 2007, and 6th AIDS conference held in Canada in 2006.
Munni Saha is a contributor writer of Fallen Angels, a book on South Asian Sex Workers published from Ray of Hopes an international organization for the rights of sex worker in South Asia.
Munni Saha is a member of Dhaka Press Club, Dhaka Union of Journalists, Dhaka Reporters Unity and UNICEF Writers Pool.
She received various awards, among them the best TV channel reporter award (by TDF) in 2004.
13. Ms. Munni Saha, Head of ...
13. Ms. Munni Saha, Head of News, ATN News, Dhaka.
pathways of women's empowerment
Munni Saha: TV Reporter by Sheikh Rajibul Islam
TV reporting is a very challenging job anywhere in world and in Bangladesh, it is rare to find any woman in this profession.
Previously, taking reporting as a profession was only limited to men due to the nature of its work, having to go anywhere at any time which meant that there might be various risks involved.
Nowadays, the scenario is changing and lots of young women are taking this challenging job and rejecting the image of women as being defenceless and vulnerable.
Munni Saha is a pioneer in this regard because she has established herself as a leading professional through her hard work, determination and being an excellent reporter.
From the very beginning Munni Saha wanted to be a good reporter, not a female reporter who reports only women's events.
wanted to be the lead reporter and she
Reporters are not men or women, they are reporters.
has paved the way for other women to enter a field that was previously unimaginable to them.