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V Chandrasekhar joins MAA TV as VP, Content and Strategy

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V Chandrasekhar joins MAA TV as VP, Content and Strategy

V Chandrasekhar has recently joined MAA TV Network Ltd as Vice-President, Content and Strategy. He is reporting to CEO, Sharad Morar. Prior to joining MAA TV, Chandrasekhar was Executive VP with Raj TV, which he had joined in April 2005.

MAA TV Network Ltd operates a Telugu general entertainment channel.

“The company is young and is poised for growth. The market is growing as per the latest surveys. There is tremendous potential for the company. I am enjoying whatever responsibilities I have been assigned with,” said Chandrasekhar.

He has a media experience of 22 years, of which he spent 14 years with Min Bimbangal, the production house headed by K Balachander. Chandrasekhar was responsible for one of Sun TV channel drivers ‘Kayyalavu Manasu’. He was also responsible for the Vijay TV reality show ‘Kadhayalla Nijam’.


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