Lahore, 15 July 2019: The Pakistan Cricket Board, as part of its efforts and commitment to generate, promote and publicise its domestic events and activities in both English and Urdu languages, has made two appointments in its Media and Communications team.
Ahsan Iftikhar Nagi has joined the team as Media Manager – Domestic Cricket and High Performance, while Ibrahim Badees has teamed up as Editor – Urdu Content.
The two former cricket correspondents started their time at the PCB headquarters in Lahore on Monday, 15 July, and will be responsible for the planning, coverage and distribution of rights-free content around all PCB domestic events, while also supporting the PCB digital channels and platforms.
Ahsan holds a Masters degree in journalism from the Institute of Business Administration (IBA) and has previously worked as a multimedia producer and cricket correspondent for Dawn.com and Cricbuzz, respectively. Ibrahim has been a written and broadcast journalist since 2011 and has previously worked with Daily Insaf, Dawn News TV, Capital TV, NEO News, HUM News and most recently, AAP News.
Meanwhile, Emmad Ahmed Hameed has been posted at the National Stadium in Karachi as Media Manager – Domestic Cricket and High Performance. Emmad recently returned from the United Kingdom after completing secondment at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 as an ICC Media Manager and will assume charge from Monday, 5 August.
Emmad will fill the role that had been lying vacant since 2016 and will be responsible for the coverage, promoting and publicity of all PCB-organised events and activities in Karachi, and will also be responsible for media relations and operations.
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