Babar Khan Javed
Babar Khan Javed is the chief investigative journalist in Pakistan that covers the advertising & media industry.
Is honest journalism dead? We see news channels from all over the world promising real news but how many times in a day do you watch a piece of news that is tinted by the influence of some affluent person? People deserve to know the facts about things that matter. Today we bring you a journalist who is doing his part in bringing the truth forward, Babar Khan Javed.
Babar is devoted to bringing uncensored news to the people of Pakistan through his platform ‘BrandTium.’ He is a chief investigative journalist in Pakistan that covers the advertising & media industry. An alumnus of IMD Business School, Babar is an expert at public affairs. In the interview, he uncovers the truth of Pakistani media for our viewers. Babar’s platform is re-shaping the media industry in Pakistan by not only showing the real news but also putting forward the voices of individuals from the country who have something significant to say, especially women.
Babar elucidates the challenges he goes through as an impartial media man. He explains how unprofessional behavior becomes the honest media’s biggest rival. Apart from that, he shares how big parties have asked him on several occasions to remove the published articles from his platform, non-compliance of which, sometimes lead to death threats.
Babar also explains that the economic condition of most of the population in Pakistan leads to unconcern for the media in his country. But things are changing with millennials and gen z’s who question everything and fight for what they want.
Tune in to this episode and learn amazing facts about the media.
Babar Khan Javed
Babar Khan Javed is the chief investigative journalist in Pakistan that covers the advertising & media industry. Certified in public affairs from the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, he is an alumnus of Scott Galloway’s Section4, the IMD Business School, the Google Digital Academy, and a former student of Professor Mark Ritson. Prior to becoming a journalist, Babar spent a decade leading the public affairs strategies for technology companies, before which he led client servicing teams at advertising agencies.