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Roy Joseph, COO, Radaan Mediaworks, puts in his papers

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Roy Joseph, COO, Radaan Mediaworks, puts in his papers

Roy Joseph, COO, Radaan Mediaworks, has left the organisation. He had joined the Chennai-based production house a little over a year ago. He was VP-Operations at Zee News prior to joining Radaan. Details of his next assignment are not known.

“Over the last year and three months, it has been an exciting phase at Radaan. Thanga Vettai, started in all four South Indian languages, was one of the initiatives I will cherish most, and it is still going strong. We had also started discussions and these were in advanced stages for producing content for several language channels outside the South. I have left for personal reasons, and am yet to decide on my next assignment. Right now, I’m taking a break and evaluating options,” said Joseph, confirming his move out of Radaan.

Joseph had joined Zee News in 1995 and was part of the team that brought out the first news bulletin from Zee in 1995. Several promotions later, he was elevated to VP-Operations, heading the news operations in early 2005.

Radaan Mediaworks has interests in television production, film production, graphics, event management, and training, and has been focusing on going national.

Radaan’s Founder, Chairperson and All-time Director is R Radhikaa Sarathkumar, a veteran of over 275 films. Besides its core focus of television and film production, the strategic business units of the company include Krayons, the graphics unit, and its live entertainment unit. It also has the Radaan Academy of Media Sciences, a Chennai-based academy for aspiring film and TV professionals.

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