Brightlite : Shaping Effective Communication


Brightlite Communications, set up by television journalist and producer Paarul R. Chand, specialises in media relations for the social sector, media training for the corporate & social sector; audio visual content (corporate films, documentaries, conference recordings) and written content (brochures, press releases, information newsletters, research reports, flyers).

Paarul R. Chand set up Brightlite Communications in 2001 after working on news shows on channels like  CNBC India ( Network 18) ,India Business Report on BBC  World Service Television and ABNi-Dow Jones from 1993-2001. A post graduate in journalism from the Indian Institute of Mass Communications, she brings to the table very strong editorial knowledge, content creation and communication skills with an extensive network within the mainstream media.

Some of Brightlite’s clients  include the Foresight Project initiated by the Alfred Herrhausen Society( the International Forum for Deutche Bank) and Policy Network ( headed by Peter Mandelson); European Commission, UNICEF, World Vision India, Global Fund for Aids, TB and Malaria, Global Health Advocates, ACTION –Advocacy to Control TB Advocacy Internationally  National Alliance of Women( funded by Ford Foundation and UNIFEM), Oracle India, BMR Advisors, Eli Lilly MDR –TB Partnership, SAP, Results ( the power to end poverty) and WHO.


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  • brightlitecommunications: Thank you for your feedbacck laura. YOu are right, discussions from the point of view of the editorial/news context of new developments on issues the
  • Laura: I'm new to India, but I get the impression that it's pretty rare for NGOs to hold editorial board meetings to discuss developments or new evidence rel
  • Sohini: So great to see this blog! I'm a communications professional in the US where the industry changes at blinding speed, as I imagine it does pretty much
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