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Asianet News Network appoints Suresh Selvaraj as ED & CEO

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Asianet News Network appoints Suresh Selvaraj as ED & CEO

After a remarkable 13-year stint in Outlook Group, Asianet News Network (ANNPL) has appointed Suresh Selvaraj as its Executive Director & CEO. ANNPL consists of leading Malayalam News channel - Asianet News, Kannada News channel Suvarna News 24x7 and Kannada Newspaper Kannada Prabha.

Commenting on his new role, Suresh Selvaraj said “ I am quite excited with the opportunity provided to me in this role. I am getting familiarized with the people and the processes and am very confident of doing my bit to elevate this business to the next level.”

Selvaraj will be responsible for overall operations and management of various businesses of ANNPL.

Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Chairman, ANNPL commented, “I am very happy to have Suresh Selvaraj on board. With his successful stints earlier and media experience spanning over three decades, we are confident of consolidating our existing media brands and growing them further. We have definite plans of expansion including making further Investments and expansion to new markets and platforms. I am sure having a person with Suresh’s background will help our endeavors.”

Suresh Selvaraj has vast experience in Media business spanning the last three decades in large media organizations like The Times of India Group, Deccan Herald Group, The Statesman, Outlook Group including Marie Claire, the Indian edition of the French fashion magazine.

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