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MRUC’s CEO Joseph Eapen resigns

28-December-2010
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MRUC’s CEO Joseph Eapen resigns

Joseph Eapen, who had joined Media Research Users Council (MRUC) as CEO in April 2010, has resigned. MRUC accepted his resignation on December 23, 2010. An MRUC official has confirmed the development to exchange4media.

Prior to MRUC, Eapen was CEO of aMap, a television rating agency. He has 18 years of experience in media research in India and abroad and has done extensive research in print, television, radio as well as other consumer research.

MRUC has as yet not identified a replacement for this role.

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