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Big FM appoints Suresh Iyer as Regional Director, South

11-June-2008
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Big FM appoints Suresh Iyer as Regional Director, South

BIG FM has announced the appointment of Suresh Iyer as Regional Director, South. With over 15 years of experience in media, Iyer will be looking after the entire functioning of the southern region and will be based in Chennai.

Iyer has been with BIG FM for over a year, and has played a significant role in shaping the programming content in the south market as Regional Programming Consultant before being elevated to the present position.

Iyer has previously handled various functions in television. He has worked with in UTV in Mumbai and Star TV's regional channel Star Vijay in Chennai.

Commenting on his new assignment, Iyer said, "We have a great product to offer and we have very talented people on board, and together with the entire team, I am confident that we will continue to put up a great show, as has been done this far."

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