Indigenious Editorial Policy
Over the course of one and half century, the journalism has been driven to promote secular values in the third world countries. The Western media being a major instrument of secular ideology, has been largely de-contextualizing the events and happenings around world in its reports and analysis. The motive has been to serve covet religious and overt economic, political and geo-strategic interests of the West under the garb of helping poor countries to adopt the model of liberal democracy. The national medias in third world countries have been conveniently engaged in copycat approach to de-contextualize major events and incidents in their own countries. They wittily or unwittingly prefer to use terminologies of Western media to report and analyze events, something which virtually has been de-legitimizing indigenous resistance against hegemonic agenda of West and their allies For instance, largely indigenous resistance against the West backed apartheid State of Israel, has been portrayed as terrorism and so has been the case in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir and many other parts of the world particularly in Muslim world. The core moral, social, family, values and religious values of the people of the third world countries have been under attack in a subtle manner to promote entities and individuals intellectually indoctrinated to secularism and liberalism. On the other hand, the authoritarian media in Middle East and many other countries particularly in China, has been engaged in a systematic cover-up to force over one million Muslims to renounce their religion and breach all other their fundamental rights, something the Western media enthusiastically reports not out of love of press freedom but more to serve the political and geo-strategic interests of the countries, they represent in the West. In the context of this background, The Digital Dispatch would undertake humble efforts to report, analyze and monitor of what Western and Authoritarian medias opt to de-contextualize and miss out because of their political interests and inherited biases across the region.
Who Are We
The Digital Dispatch, an investigative Multimedia Magazine is headed by Islamabad based senior journalist Javed Rana. The Multimedia company is formally listed with Security Exchange Commission of Pakistan with all legal formalities. The Magazine under the fold of the company reports investigative stories, carries out in-depth analysis on on whole range of critical issues ranging from geo-strategic politics and economy to the Islamophobia in the region and world. The particular focus of the Magazine is Pakistan, other South Asian countries, Middle East and beyond.
The company also provides production facilities, state of the art live streaming broadband infrastructure with green-screen background, news and in-depth news analysis on South Asia and Middle East.
Javed heads a syndicated network of journalists to gather information, footage, host talk shows, produce news packages, short and long documentaries on issues spreading across the region.
Javed who is prolific writer and columnist along with his team of experienced cameramen, editors and producers. He has produced, reported thousands of live events, news packages, numerous short and long documentaries, hosted talk shows and conducted interviews with high profile leaders on major events of political and geo-strategic significance.
His in-depth reporting and analyses of political, economic and geo-strategic issues attracted international newspapers such as Los Angles Times, Khaleej Times, Arab News & many global Television news networks over the course of two decades.
Javed carries a unique distinction to have developed an apt understanding of television and online journalism with deep-down experimental knowledge of technicalities involved in broadband journalism, videography and editing.
Javed Rana to his credit , carries over two decades of rich experience in print, online and television journalism. He has worked with many leading Pakistani and international newspapers and news channels before he started working as a regular freelance for TRT World, Turkish English News Channel, Press Tv, an Iranian English channel, Russia Today, Channel News Asia, a Singapore based English news channel among host of other international televisions. He regularly appears on national and international news televisions as an analyst on legal, human rights, political, economic and geo-strategic issues.
The Digital Dispatch also provides production facilities, state of the art live streaming broadband infrastructure with green-screen background, The Dispatch has a syndicated network of journalists to gather information, footage, host talk shows, produce news packages, short and long documentaries on issues spreading across the region.