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CK Harish Kumar joins Public TV

06-June-2012
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CK Harish Kumar joins Public TV

Public TV, a Kannada news TV channel started in January this year, has roped in CK Harish Kumar as Vice President – Sales & Marketing. He takes charge from today.

Commenting on the appointment, HR Ranganath, Chairman and Managing Director, Public TV said, “Harish comes with great experience in developing a news channel and his understanding of the television medium is quite phenomenal. We believe he will play a significant role in not only further developing and strenthening the offerings but also in the expansion of the group’s upcoming new projects.”

Speaking to exchange4media, Kumar said, “I am very happy to join Public TV. I will ensure it becomes a household name in Karnataka and grabs eyeballs.”

Kumar has over two decades of experience in the media industry. His last stint was with Suvarna News 24X7 where he worked as General Manager – Ad Sales.

He has also worked with ABP, The Telegraph, Navabharat, Deccan Herald, Prajavani and Getit Yellow Pages.

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