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Narendra Tripathi joins Rajasthan Patrika Television as COO & Head, Digital Activation

02-April-2015
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Narendra Tripathi joins Rajasthan Patrika Television as COO & Head, Digital Activation

Narendra Tripathi has joined Rajasthan Patrika Television as Chief Operating Officer. He is a media veteran with an experience of more than twenty five years.

He has been in senior management roles in various media houses such as NDTV, Dainik Jagran, Sahara and now Rajasthan Patrika. He has worked in different sectors of media like print, television, digital and radio.

Before joining Rajasthan Patrika, he was working with Sahara News Channel as COO. He was handling five news channels, a mix of regional and national.

He was also the COO of Radio Mantra for three years and during his tenure he set up eight FM stations. He has also worked in NDTV and he was part of the launch team of NDTV Good Times.

Tripathi started his career with Times of India in 1989 as Senior Response Officer. He is an alumnus of Lucknow University.

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