Surendra Pratap Singh
Surendra Pratap Singh, also referred to as S.P. Singh, (4 December 1948 – 27 June 1997) was a leader among Hindi-language journalists. He was a founder and editor of an influential Hindi-language weekly newspaper Ravivar in the 1970s and 1980s, and, in the 1990s, he was the founder and anchor of the Hindi-language news bulletin Aaj Tak, which first appeared on public television before it became an independent, Hindi-language television news channel.
For his contributions, the Institute for Research and Documentation in Social Sciences (IRDS), which is a non-governmental organization from Lucknow, established the S. P. Singh Award for Electronic Media.
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