November 29, 2018
ISLAMABAD – Senior journalist and analyst Owais Tohid is set to appear on Public News Television soon with his trademark program Crosscheck.
In a video clip posted on Twitter on Thursday, he said his first show would be on December 3.
I am restarting my show Crosscheck at different channel PUBLIC TV from Dec 3rd. The show will be aired every Monday -Thursday at 8-9pm. Will appreciate your feedback. Suggestions are welcome... pic.twitter.com/civLogXYgS— Owais Tohid (@OwaisTohid) November 29, 2018
Tohid said he would welcome viewer feedback on his program that airs Monday through Thursday.
He previously appeared on Capital TV where he also hosted Crosscheck.
With over 25 years of journalistic experience, Tohid has headed three private television channels - ARY, Geo (E) and Dunya.
He worked for the BBC in London and was Pakistan/Afghanistan correspondent of US-based newspaper Christian Science Monitor. He has been bureau chief of Agence France Presse (AFP) in Karachi and has written for Wall Street Journal, Time and The Guardian, among others.
Photo: Twitter (@OwaisTohid)
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