Faye D’Souza steps down from Mirror Now; clarifies “only resigned from daily management”

Faye D’Souza, the executive editor of television news channel Mirror Now, has announced her steppind down from the post.

After the resignation, speculations rose on her next move.

However, on Tuesday, she put an end to the rumours and clarified that she has resigned only from “day to day management”.

She said she would “continue to be associated with the Times Network, creating and presenting flagship shows and IPs”.

“I also plan to work on developing new content for the youth of India across platforms in my independent capacity,” the journalist said in a statement.

“I thank the management of Times Network for their support in creating a bold voice with Mirror Now. I trust they will continue to support me similarly for programming in the future”, she added.

According to reports, Vinay Tewari will be the next Managing Editor.

Mirror Now was launched in April 2017. Before joining the news channel, she was the anchor and editor at The Times Group’s business news channel ET from October 2008.

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