Female Broadcast Journalist Shiulie Ghosh is an award-winning journalist with a career spanning more than 20 years. She has worked for some of the best known television news broadcasters in the world, including the BBC, ITV News, Aljazeera and TRT World.
Shiulie is an experienced host and moderator who has worked with high-profile clients and industry leaders around the globe.
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As a senior anchor for Al Jazeera English, Shiulie launched the international channel from Qatar in 2006, eventually reaching some 200 million homes. She has reported from conflict and disaster zones around the globe, covering major stories including the Kosovo War, the Asian Tsunami, the Arab Spring, the capture of Osama Bin Laden and the death of Nelson Mandela.
Shiulie is now one of the leading anchors on the global network TRT World. She helped launch TRT’s London bureau for television and radio and now hosts the network’s nightly flagship evening News hour.
She has moderated high-level discussions at the United Nations and the World Health Assembly, and has presented conferences for many international businesses including the finance, health, energy and construction sectors.
Below: see Shiulie Ghosh moderating at The World Health Summit 2020 and a virtual session on ‘Setting a New Agenda for Women and Cancer’
When she has time, she writes fiction and is a published author.
With an outstanding broadcasting career in the Middle East and internationally, Shiulie is very capable in working in the following subject areas:
International Affairs Host
Humanitarian & Aid
Women & Equality
“Shiulie Ghosh brought an element of professionalism to our event that immediately raised its profile. With little preparation, she efficiently ran the show with both grace and authority.”
Natabara Rollosson, Event Coordinator for the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change
“Our event took place in front of dignitaries, ministers, and top level WHO officials. Shiulie hosted the debate with professionalism, put everyone at their ease, and made sure it ran without a hitch.”
James Headen Pfitzer, IFPMA and Director of Access Accelerated