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India Vision channel appoints new CEO

18-December-2000
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India Vision channel appoints new CEO

Mr. James Joseph has been appointed as the chief executive officer of Kerala’s fourth private TV channel, India Vision. India Vision Satellite Communications Ltd. managing director and chairman Dr MK Muneer said that the core team of professionals required for the running of the channel has almost been finalised.

The TV channel is likely to be beamed by the second week of April 2001. The first phase of work for the channel, involving an investment of Rs 25 crore, will be completed by end-April. The total capital investment of the channel come to Rs 80 crore. The second and third phases involving investments of Rs 25 crore and Rs 30 crore respectively will be completed over a period of two years.

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