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Dheeraj ---- Senior Editor
dheeraj@digitalnewsworld.com

I am entrusted with the responsibility of choosing the most trending news articles. I make sure that the content and flow of the news is in line with the style that my publication house is known for. Importantly, I create the headlines that capture the essence of the news story in the most compelling manner.

My daily work routine includes interacting with reporters, journalists and other editors to make sure we are all on the same page on a specific story. Proofreading and dealing with errors also form part of my larger responsibilities as an editor. I am proficient and abreast with the latest technologies associated with the news publishing industry.

Jones Young ---- Senior Writer
jones@digitalnewsworld.com

I am a web news writer with over four years of experience in covering news from the political and current affairs section of the portal. I have developed content on all types of political news but have experience in covering wider topics. I specialize in providing compelling content to developing stories that can engage readers and within tight deadlines. I am also involved in conducting extensive research for web-based interviews of prominent personalities. My diverse set of skills helps me get to the best angle on all types of stories assigned to me. My rich experience can come handy in delivering engaging news content to visitors.

Richard Turner ---- Staff Writer
richard@digitalnewsworld.com

I am a professional writer specializing in covering web news. My high quality writing skills and ability to report news from the reader’s perspective has gained me numerous accolades and rewards from my editors and seniors. Regardless of the tight deadline in which I am often called upon to deliver news reports and articles, I always maintain high standards of content and presentation. My key strength is my ability to put news in the right perspective and present in the most engaging manner. Apart from the superior quality of my news content, I have also earned a reputation for quick turnaround. That’s why I am often handpicked for projects that come with tight deadlines.

Joe Foster ---- Staff Writer
joe@digitalnewsworld.com

I am an experienced content writer with broad exposure to website content development. I have this ability to bring out the core aspect of a subject or news and highlight it to the audience in a simple and lucid but interesting manner. I approach each project according to the requirement of the client and the guidelines provided. This helps me in delivering news content that’s engaging, perfectly structured and highly organized. The content I produce is not only interesting but informative as well. As writing is my passion, I look forward to putting my thoughts into words every day. I have over six years of rich and varied experience in web content and article writing.

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