From Helping Hundreds Get Employed To Distributing Food Supplies Smidst The Pandemic : Sudhir Bishnoi Raises The Bar With Media Manthan News

The coronavirus pandemic has been exceedingly hard for individuals across the globe, not only did it come with widened job cuts but with large food shortages, especially for the already marginalised sections of the society.


But there were initiatives taken by certain groups which gave some hope to these individuals marred by economic and social constraints. Sudhir Bishnoi, the son of a farmer with his news platform, 'Media Manthan News' vowed to strengthen the voice of such underprivileged and came up with stories from rural areas that caught up the required support from various politicians, businessman and social NGO's, while catering to the downtrodden classes.


With their initiative to drive digital campaigns to garner support to individuals who were ousted from their jobs in the pandemic, Sudhir Bishboi not only employed more than 500 freelancers in various positions of content development, social media management, graphic designing, animation and video editing but also helped in connecting the needy with potential employers.


Not only this, the team at 'Media Manthan News' took a step ahead to arrange for food supplies at several villages to feed the needy. With such acts of bravery and social responsibility, the 24-year-old double MA in journalism Sudhir Bishnoi was applauded nationally.


Today, Media Manthan News on Youtube has a massive following and people exceedingly tune into their encouraging reporting, coming from a small village in Rajasthan, the news anchor cum reporter has previously been a social media strategist who has helped many celebrated individuals and political parties to get their social media plan in action, he has also worked with individuals from the Indian cricket team and Bollywood celebrities to build the online presence with their audiences.


Undoubtedly, his work towards holistic social development and moral journalism is changing the perception of media and has become the voice of the oppressed classes.