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Narendra Tripathi quits Mid Day

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Narendra Tripathi quits Mid Day

Narendra Tripathi, who was appointed as Printer and Publisher for North operations of Mid Day in March this year, has put in his papers. Though Tripathi did not reveal where he is headed next, he did mention that he would be moving back to the broadcast industry. He is currently serving his notice period in the group.

Confirming the news to exchange4media, Manajit Ghoshal, MD & CEO, Mid Day Infomedia, said, “It has been a wonderful experience working with him. We wish him for his wonderful career ahead.”

Speaking about his experience with the group, Tripathi said, “I have been associated with the group for a long time now. I worked with the radio venture of Jagran and was till now heading North operations of Mid Day. My experience of working with the Jagran Group has been extremely good.”

Prior to Mid Day, Tripathi was COO of Radio Mantra, the radio venture of Jagran. Before his stint with Radio Mantra, Tripathi was associated with NDTV from March 2007-July 2009 as Senior Vice President, Delhi. He was part of the launch team of NDTV 24x7 and NDTV Good Times.

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