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Suresh Iyer joins Polimer TV as consultant

14-December-2009
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Suresh Iyer joins Polimer TV as consultant

Suresh Iyer, who had stepped down as CEO of Raj Television Network in July 2009, has joined Tamil news and general entertainment channel Polimer TV, promoted by Polimer Media, as a consultant. He took charge from December1, 2009.

In a related development, V Murali Raaman, CEO of Polimer TV has quit the organisation. Sources from Polimer Media have confirmed the development.

Iyer is helping Polimer TV in both programming and marketing front. On his new role, Iyer told exchange4media, “Down South, most of the channels do not have a good marketing set-up and I am helping the channel to build a good marketing team, besides extending my expertise on programming.”

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