Address: Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory
Affiliation: Hum News
Muhammad Malick is a well-known journalist and TV broadcaster well recognised for his incisive writing style and razor-sharp observations. As a result, his name is on the list of the top journalists. In 1986, he began his polecat career. Throughout his journalism career, he has held senior editorial positions in both print and electronic media. He has also served as a host for major media outlets such as the News, Geo News, PTV, and Dunya News.
His honest, assertive, and vivid approach leads him to his destiny, and in a short period of time, he established a great reputation as a journalist. As a result, he was promoted to the role of Managing Director at Pakistan Official Channel (PTV). He was also known for being the highest-paid Chief in PTV history. His nomination as MD PTV was also contested in the Supreme Court, although he was eventually reinstated as MD PTV. PTV experienced a significant increase in income generation and quality programming as a result of his exceptional leadership abilities and strong devotion to his profession. The finest thing he did throughout his term was to establish PTV Sports Channel as the first option of Pakistani sports fans. As a result, all credit belongs to him in this respect.
Unfortunately, he was unable to enjoy his two-year contract as MD PTV and was forced to quit the post owing to disagreements with his coworkers. After a long absence, he has returned to the TV to present a political show on 92HD called BreakingViews with Malik. The show is mostly centred on discussions with an expert panel comprised of politicians, analysts, and professionals. Each member of the panel expresses their thoughts on key political events of the day, as well as providing in-depth analysis of the articles. As seen by its most recent episodes, we can only hope that this programme will gain a positive reputation. From Friday through Sunday, at 8 p.m., this show airs on 92 HD News.
His media colleagues and followers wish him the best of success on his new adventure with 92 HD news station.