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Fever FM elevates Harshad Jain to CEO

10-June-2015
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Fever FM elevates Harshad Jain to CEO

Harshad Jain has been elevated to CEO of Fever FM, according to industry sources. Prior to this promotion, Jain was Business Head, Radio and Entertainment, HT Media. Jain has been working with HT Media for the last  four years.

Jain is expected to lead the business which now moves into an expansion stage with M&A and Phase 3 licensing round the corner and will involve building partnerships and expanding Fever brand into new geographies and beyond FM into entertainment and digital space.

Prior to HT Media, Jain was Head, Sales & Marketing, Airtel DTH Services for around two years, before which he was Senior Vice President, Sales – DTH Business at Bharti Airtel.

From 2006 to 2008, Jain was Chief Marketing Officer at World Space.

He has also worked as Executive VP at Pepsi Lipton JV.
 

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