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Ramsai Panchapakesan quits Maxus to join Etv Network

08-October-2010
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Ramsai Panchapakesan quits Maxus to join Etv Network

Ramsai Panchapakesan has quit Maxus as Investment Director, CTG. He is joining Etv Network as AGM, Marketing, North. This will be his second stint with Etv Network, where he will be reporting to K Subramanyam, VP, Marketing.

On joining Etv Network, Panchapakesan said, “In the current scenario, it is very exciting as the regional language channels are growing rapidly. Etv Network is doing extremely well with 12 channels to offer and they have been well accepted in the market. Regional channels have become larger and everybody is focusing on regional. It is a positive time for the regional network in India as the mother tongue factor still prevails here. I feel very good about joining such an organisation and I will definitely grow further here.”

Subramanyam said, “Ramsai has got rich experience and we welcome him on board. He has got sales and buying experience, and with him being on the team, he will take our objectives forward. We are happy that he is back with us.”

Panchapakesan has over 14 years of experience. He started his career with Daily Thanthi and then moved to Dainik Jagran. After that, he went on to work for GroupM, where he was heading Team Samsung, Buying. He had also worked with TV Today as a Senior Manager.

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