WSJ Digital Expert Raju Narisetti Joins ICFJ Board of Directors

Jul 172012

Raju Narisetti, managing editor of The Wall Street Journal Digital Network, has joined the International Center for Journalists' Board of Directors. A leader in media innovation, Narisetti brings global expertise in digital journalism's power to report news and engage audiences. Narisetti is also the Deputy Managing Editor of The Wall Street Journal.

From 2009 to 2011, Narisetti was a managing editor at The Washington Post, responsible for digital content and strategy. He also oversaw the Post's mobile and tablet platforms. Under his leadership, the Post's digital audience set new records.

Previously, Narisetti founded Mint—India's premier business newspaper—and in 2007 launched, a partnership between The Wall Street Journal and India's HT Media. Prior to that, Narisetti spent 13 years at the Journal in the United States and Europe, in positions that included editor of The Wall Street Journal Europe, where he held overall responsibility for coverage of Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Born in Hyderabad, India, Narisetti began his journalism career at The Economic Times in New Delhi. He received his bachelor of arts from Osmania University in Hyderabad and his master of arts in journalism from Indiana University.

He tweets @rajunarisetti.

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