About us

The Nagaland Tribune is an independent media house with its headquarters in Kohima, Nagaland. Founded with a commitment to provide unbiased reportage, we intend to cover stories that challenge established narratives and provide factual information to help shape public opinion. The Nagaland Tribune is a non-governmental and apolitical organisation. A major emphasis of the media house will be coverage of news and feature stories from various districts of Nagaland. The venture aims at bringing to the fore issues and challenges faced by our community.

We uphold the principles of free speech and expression and work to create a space where multiple narratives, opinions and stories can thrive together, especially ones that are often marginalized, silenced or rarely represented. In this regard, we open our platform to our audience to pitch ideas, stories and opinions – we pass the mic to you.

Our Lead Team

Sarah Na-am Konyak - Chief Reporter, Nagaland Tribune
Sarah Na-am Konyak is Nagaland Tribune's Chief Reporter. She started off her career in print and broadcast journalism six years ago. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism & Mass Communication from News Research and Anchoring Institute, NRAI School of Mass Communication and MGT, New Delhi, and a diploma in Advertising & PR from the same institute. She was awarded the First Kohima Press Club Impact Journalism Award 2020.
Vibizono Yhokha - Editor, Nagaland Tribune

 With nine years of experience in journalism and editing, Vibizono Yhokha is Editor at Nagaland Tribune. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Kamala Nehru College, Delhi University and a Post Graduate diploma in Print Journalism from Asian College of Journalism, Chennai.

Zeneituonuo Miachieo Editor, Nagaland Tribune
Working as Editor at Nagaland Tribune, Zeneituonuo Miachieo has three years of experience in teaching English language and literature. She has worked as a content writer for Seo-Depth, New Delhi and currently maintains a blog. She took a Master’s degree in English Literature from Cotton College, Guwahati.
Vibeituonuo Assistant Editor, Nagaland Tribune
Prior to joining the team, she worked as a correspondent in a leading media house in Nagaland. She has also done internships with several media houses including CMS Vatavaran, New Delhi. She holds a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in Journalism from NRAI school of Mass communication and Journalism, Delhi.

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