Federation of Nepali Journalists
FNJ is a professional representative body of more than 13,000 media persons working in all areas of modern media- print, electronic and online- across the country.
The headquarters of FNJ is located at Media Village, Tilganga Kathmandu.
The inception of providing professional leadership to Nepalese media persons was initiated in 29 March, 1956 through the establishment of Nepal Journalists Association (NJA) which gave opportunity to the journalists of Nepal to be organized under one umbrella.
The Association was established by noted journalist cum freedom fighter Krishna Prasad Bhattarai, who later became the country’s Prime Minister after the restoration of democracy in 1990.