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V Murugan puts in his papers at Raj TV as VP, Sales and Marketing

09-May-2008
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V Murugan puts in his papers at Raj TV as VP, Sales and Marketing

V Murugan has quit Raj TV as Vice-President, Sales and Marketing after more than a decade-long association. He was responsible for handling the marketing of Group’s television channels, including Raj Digital Plus and Telugu channel Vissa TV. Murugan’s next destination could not be ascertained at the time of filing this report.

Prior to Raj TV, Murugan was with Primetime Communication, where he had handled marketing operations, time selling of programmes on Doordarshan and satellite channels, programme acquisition as well as channel management.

A management graduate with over 10 years’ experience in advertising and marketing, Murugan has demonstrated core expertise in strategic market planning and key account management with some of the reputed media houses.

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