Baidu Encyclopedia: "Niu's surname, ranked 191st among all surnames. Niu's surname is a rare surname nowadays and there are not many people.
However, the surname Niu has been constantly striving for self-improvement in all walks of life, serving the country, benefiting the people, and repeatedly making achievements. Among them, the surname Niu gallops in the media world with the cultural expertise of the traditional ethnic group.
Niu Xianzhong Editor-in-Chief of Taiwan's "New Life"
A native of Jiujiang, Jiangxi, born in July 1913, Bachelor of Science in Nanjing Jinling University, former editor-in-chief of Taiwan New Life News,
National Defense Planning Bureau
”Director of the translation department, publisher of the Military Translation Club, professor of the European Institute of Tamkang University, honorary professor of the Institute of International Affairs and Strategy, Tamkang University, three services Honorary Lecture Professor of University.
Niu Yu, editor-in-chief of "The Rangers" magazine
He was born in Yongning, Guangxi on August 5, 1915, and his ancestral home is Zhejiang. He joined the CCP when he was studying at the Hong Kong Chinese Journalism Academy. He published anti-Japanese commentaries in progressive newspapers such as Dazhong Daily under the pseudonym "Jinguo", and later participated in the anti-Japanese work behind enemy lines under the work names of "Niu Dahua" and "Xu Yun". In the 1930s, the editor-in-chief of the Chinese Communist Anti-Japanese magazine "The Ranger" (half-monthly). After the Zhujiang Column of the South China Anti-Japanese Armed Forces and the East China Field Army participated in the war, the Fourth Field Army entered Tianjin on the same day as the PLA Tianjin Military Control Committee. After liberation, he served successively as the Secretary-General of the Land Reform Commission of the South China Branch of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, the Director of the General Office of the People's Government of Guangdong Province, and the First Secretary and Manager of the Party Committee of the Hainan Iron and Steel Company of the Ministry of Metallurgical Industry. After the "Cultural Revolution", he served as a member of the Standing Committee and Deputy Secretary-General of the Guangdong Provincial Committee of the CPPCC.
Niu Weigong, Editor-in-Chief of Fashion Jewelry News
Born in 1934, now living in Shanghai. He was a senior reporter at the Shihai Bureau of the Ministry of Geology and Mineral Resources of China Geology and Mineral Resources, and since he retired in 2005, he founded the "Fashion Jewelry News" (bimonthly), and has exerted extensive influence in the jewelry industry across the country.
Niu Siyuan, President of Chinese Medicine Magazine
In 1955, he graduated from Tongji Medical College of Central South China, and later entered the Chinese Medicine Research Class of China Academy of Chinese Medicine to study Chinese medicine theory. In 1960, he transferred to the "Chinese Medicine" magazine to work as an editor. Over 30 years, he has served as editor, deputy director, deputy review editor, deputy editor-in-chief, and president.
Niu Zuyin Deputy Director of Guangdong TV Station
Native of Suzhou, Jiangsu. Served as military representative, office director, deputy director of Guangdong TV Station, legal representative of Guangdong TV Development Company, chairman of Hainan China TV Program United Co., Ltd., etc. When Niu Zuyin was the deputy director of Guangdong TV Station, he led the program department to introduce and translate "Huo Yuanjia", "The Legend of the Condor Heroes", "Shanghai Beach", "Lu Xiaofeng", "Chu Liuxiang", "Swordsman" and "Swordsman". "Volleyball Girl", "Blood Suspicion", "The Smurfs" and other TV programs, and from Guangdong to the national TV audience.
Niu Bao, deputy editor-in-chief of "Modern Chinese Standard Dictionary"
Associate editor of the "Modern Chinese Standard Dictionary" of the National Language Commission. Niu Bao is the cousin of Professor Niu Piao, a professor at the Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Opera and a master's tutor, and a senior Peking opera lover. He wrote an academic paper of about 30,000 words, "January 1, 1932 is the art of Chengpai" "The Iconic Date of Formation", rigorous and meticulous, quite accomplished.
Niu Hailin, writer and newspaper chief
Author of the Australian Chinese Writers Association. Born in Yantai, Shandong, graduated from Shanghai Customs College. He has published works in "Yangcheng Evening News", "Guangzhou Daily", "Ocean Times" and other domestic and overseas newspapers for a long time. From 1993 to 2003, he was invited to serve as the chief writer of New World Business News Agency, supplying Hong Kong movie column articles to domestic newspapers. Niu Hailin currently lives in Melbourne and is engaged in writing. He has authored a collection of essays such as "Songs of Our Time" and "Chronicles of Shanghai Customs College".
Niu Haijin, Executive Editor-in-Chief of All Media "Chinese and Foreign Knowledge Business"
Media professional manager, intellectual property media executive, visiting professor of media course, former practicing lawyer. Born in Tianjin. He entered the media industry in 1984 and has served as reporter-editor, editor-in-chief-director, editor-in-chief-president, CEO, etc. in state-owned and private media. Niu Haijin founded a private news agency in 1993.
——New World Business News Agency, becoming the first media content provider outside the system in Mainland China, with a large-scale operation ten years.
Niu Haidong, Deputy President and Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Guangdong Science and Technology News Agency
Senior technology media senior editor. Born in Guangzhou. In 1985, he entered the media industry and served as a reporter, editor, head of news department, deputy president and deputy editor-in-chief of Guangdong Science and Technology News. Hold a lecture on "News Photo Shooting". From 1993 to 2003, Niu Haidong was invited to concurrently serve as the Deputy Chief and Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the New World Business News Agency, supplying cultural column articles to domestic newspapers.
Niu Haiyan, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of "Experts Work Newsletter"
Director of the Communications and Editorial Department of the Information Center of the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, serving the two magazines of the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, "Experts Work Newsletter" and "International Talent Exchange". He has published papers such as "Factors and Impacts of Water Conservancy Development in the Tang Dynasty", "The Rise and Fall of Shu Han from the Perspective of Talents", and written scripts such as "The Fierce Killer" and "Crime Scene-2".
Niu Wenxin, Chief Editor of CCTV Securities Channel
Joined China Photographic News in 1987; transferred to "Learning" magazine in 1988 as the head of the photography section; entered "China Business Times" in 1990 as a journalist and part-time photographer; 1994 From 1996 to 1996, he served as the editorial board member and deputy editor-in-chief of China Market Economy News; from 1996 to 2001, he worked as the editor and director of "Economic Half an Hour" of CCTV, and worked as the editor-in-chief of large-scale series "Into the National Debt" and "Financial Storm "And "Capital Markets." In 2001, he joined Caijing as chief editor of finance; in May 2002, he joined Caijing Times as deputy editor in charge of financial reporting. Later, he served as editor-in-chief of "Finance and Economic Times". Currently the executive editor of CCTV Securities Information Channel. Former Chief Editor of China Financial Network, Chief Editor of Fortune China Network, Executive Editor of Competitiveness Magazine.
Niu Ye imitates the general manager of Xinmin Media
Graduated from Fudan University School of Journalism in 1990 with a bachelor’s degree, and served as the chairman of the Student Union of Fudan University Journalism School; Assistant to the director, participated in the founding of "Shenjiang Service Guide" during the period; deputy editor-in-chief of the evening issue of "Newspaper", deputy director of the editorial center of "Newspaper"; first deputy editor-in-chief of "Morning News"; editor-in-chief of "Shanghai Computer News" In 2002, Shanghai Computer News changed its name to "i Times" (the first subway newspaper in mainland China); concurrently served as the president of "Daily Business News". In 2015, he served as the general manager of Xinmin Media, undertaking the operation of the entire "Xinmin Evening News" newspaper department. Social position: Adjunct professor at Shanghai East China Normal University School of Communication, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics MBA admission interviewer.
Niu Qi, Vice President of Times Literature and Art Publishing House
Niu Caixia Senior Editor of "Read and Write World"
Niu Jingjing, President of "Newsman" Newspaper of New Vision Media Group
Button Button, Feiyang 971 Music Frequency Host of Shenzhen Radio Station
Niu Fuqing, reporter of "Yixing Daily"
Button Yi, "Wen Wei Po" reporter
Button Xuan, "International Online Report" reporter
Niu Yanfan reporter of Suqian Daily
Niu Yu, reporter of Hebei Broadcasting Network
Niu Liting, China Broadcasting Network Trainee Reporter
Niu Yong, author of Xinjiang Net
Niu Yunhan, Future Net reporter
Niu Jianjun Assistant Editor-in-Chief of the Chinese Edition of Harvard Business Review
Niu Xiaoyin, Editor-in-Chief of "Little Partners"
Niu Qi, Vice President of Taibai Literature and Art Publishing House
Niu Xiaoxue, reporter of Southern Metropolis Daily and China Fortune
Niu Ming, editor-in-chief of "Beijing Youth Weekly" and vice president of Beiqing Media
Born in 1967. In 1993, he joined Beijing Youth Daily as a reporter, editor-in-chief, producer, and legal representative of a public institution in Beijing Youth Weekly. In 2004, 39-year-old Niu Ming became the vice president of Beiqing Media, which was listed in Hong Kong. According to "News Communication" (2009 Issue 02):
Niu Ming, the former vice president of Beiqing Media, was sentenced to three and a half years in prison. On November 1, 2008, The People’s Court of Dongcheng District of Beijing City issued a verdict on Niu Ming, the former editor-in-chief of Beijing Youth Weekly, a subsidiary of Beijing Youth Daily, general manager of Beiqing Advertising Co., Ltd., and vice president of Beiqing Media Co., Ltd., and he was sentenced for misappropriating funds He has three and a half years of imprisonment. Because he has been in custody for three years, he will be released after the Spring Festival.
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