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RK Arora joins BAG Network as CEO

25-January-2011
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RK Arora joins BAG Network as CEO

RK Arora has joined BAG Network as Chief Executive Officer of broadcasting initiatives. He would be looking after the complete operation of broadcasting initiatives; News24, E24 and Dhamaal24 and the expansion plans of the network. Before joining BAG Network, Arora was associated with Independent News Service since its inception, which launched India TV in 2004. A chartered accountant by profession, he was CFO and Executive Director of the company.
Arora said, “I am pleased to join BAG Network which has different verticals such as television, radio, teleport services, TV serials, film production and a media institute. With my vast experience of 14 years in media, I will be able to enhance the growth of the network.”
Commenting on this new movement, Anurradha Prasad, Chairperson and MD, BAG Network, said, “With an experience of over 14 years and his grip on the media industry and distribution network including technology implications, he is going to help BAG Network reach new milestones.”
 

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