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LS Krishnan joins Amagi Media Labs

LS Krishnan joins Amagi Media Labs at a senior leadership position and will directly report to the management. He comes to Amagi from Sakal Group, where he was Head of Business. He has also worked with Mudra Communications and GroupM.

Commenting on the appointment, KA Srinivasan, Co-founder, Amagi said, “It gives me immense pleasure to announce that Krishnan will be joining the Amagi family. He will play an exciting new role in the Amagi growth chart.”

A veteran with over 25 years of experience in media, Krishnan is a graduate in Economics (Hons) from Delhi University and a MBA in Marketing Management from JBIMS.

“I am very excited about my new role in a dynamic company like Amagi. I believe Amagi is paving way for a new segment of TV advertising that is giving SMEs a level playing field to compete with national brands for eyeballs,” said Krishnan.

Amagi Media is a player in smart advertising on TV and is headquartered in Bangalore.

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