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A P Parigi welcomes Rahul Joshi to Network18 as CEO News and Group Editor-in-Chief

21-August-2015
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A P Parigi welcomes Rahul Joshi to Network18 as CEO News and Group Editor-in-Chief

exchange4media exclusively broke the news of Economic Times’ Rahul Joshi joining Network18  CEO News and Group Editor-in-Chief this morning.

http://www.exchange4media.com/tv/rahul-joshi-editorial-director-of-et-to-be-named-n18s-ceo-news--group-editor-in-chief_61324.html

According to sources, A P Parigi sent a welcome mail to the internal team introducing Joshi.

In the email, Parigi welcomed Joshi saying he is delighted on the appointment and that he is an outstanding leader with stirring success behind him in all formats of the media.

Parigi welcomed Joshi on behalf of the Board of Directors of Network18, saying that he is looking forward to his immense expertise to help Network18 and be even more successful in news.

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