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Fever FM’s Gowri S Kapre moves to Hindustan; Neeraj Chaturvedi takes over

30-April-2009
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Fever FM’s Gowri S Kapre moves to Hindustan; Neeraj Chaturvedi takes over

Gowri Satyamoorthy Kapre has put in her papers as National Marketing Head at Fever FM. She is reportedly moving to Hindustan, the Hindi daily from HT Media. Hew new role at Hindustan couldn’t be ascertained at the time of filing the report.

While Kapre was not available for any comments, S Keerthivasan, Business Head, Fever FM, confirmed the news. In the meanwhile, Station Head Delhi Neeraj Chaturvedi will take over as the National Marketing and Promotions Head in addition to his current role as Station Head Delhi.

Keerthivasan added that Fever FM would soon be appointing a new Station Head for Mumbai. This post was earlier held by Alok Kumar Singh, who had passed away in the later half of 2008. Chaturvedi has been taking charge as the Mumbai Station Head as well.

When contacted, Chaturvedi said, “This is the age of multi-tasking. My role as National Marketing Head will also help me a lot in my Delhi role. Three of our stations are doing well – Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore – and my focus as National Marketing Head would be mainly to keep up this momentum.”

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