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Vijay Karnataka’s Anand Vaidyanathan to join STAR Bangalore as Chief Sales Manager

30-June-2005
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Vijay Karnataka’s Anand Vaidyanathan to join STAR Bangalore as Chief Sales Manager

Moving on from Vijay Karnataka as the Chief General Manager, Anand Vaidyanathan is on his way to join STAR as Chief Sales Manager, Bangalore. After completing a tenure of just one and half years at Vijay Karnataka, he is ready to dabble into the electronic media, where he will be handling STAR group’s Hindi Channels (Plus, One, Utsav and Gold).

“I have a strong knowledge and experience of buying and selling in the print industry and having said this I could have looked at staying in the print industry or look at learning more and I chose the latter. I have had a nice time here and I am eagerly looking forward at the new venture,” said Vaidyanathan.

Vaidyanathan has an experience of 12 years and has worked with The Media Edge as Print Buying Head for TATA. At Vijay Karnataka he was looking into the national sales and is slated to join STAR in about two weeks time.

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