According to the sources, An Afghan official says a journalist who has long been threatened has been wounded in a bomb blast in southern Helmand province.
Omar Zwak, the spokesman for the Helmand governor, says TV and radio journalist Nesar Ahmad Ahmadi was wounded by a sticky bomb that exploded as he was heading to the office in his vehicle.
Zwak said Ahmadi had a leg wound and was transferred to Kabul for further treatment.
He is the director for Sabahoon radio and also a reporter for Sabahoon television broadcaster in Helmand.
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack.
The Taliban have been carrying out near-daily attacks across Afghanistan.