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Malayala Manorama Group appoints Ramesh Subramaniam as Marketing Head for its TV division

21-July-2008
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Malayala Manorama Group appoints Ramesh Subramaniam as Marketing Head for its TV division

Ramesh Subramaniam has recently joined Malayala Manorama Group as Marketing Head for Malayala Manorama TV (MMTV), the Group’s television division. Prior to this new assignment, Subramaniam was General Manager and Vertical Head of The Times of India, Bangalore. At Malayala Manorama, he will be responsible for the marketing activities of the Group’s television division.

Subramaniam brings to the table nearly two decades of experience. Starting his career with Mudra Communication, Mumbai, in 1990, he moved to Star India as Head of Ad Sales, South and was operating from Bangalore before joining The Times of India.

The Malayala Manorama Group launched its 24-hour news channel in August 2006, under the name of MM TV (Manorama News). The Group plans to roll out a Malayalam GEC, a youth entertainment channel and a business news channel over the next two years.

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