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Amish Devgan joins IBN 7 as Executive Editor

07-June-2016
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Amish Devgan joins IBN 7 as Executive Editor

After stepping down as Editor – Zee Business, Amish Devgan has taken up a new role at IBN 7. As Executive Editor and Anchor, Devgan will oversee the overall Hindi strategy for the channel. Joining work from today, he will work closely with newly appointed Consulting Editor, Prabal Pratap Singh.
 
Ashutosh Narayan, who was the associate Executive Editor of IBN 7 resigned last month and joined the PMO’s media team. After being a prominent face of Zee Media, Amish Devgan will now takeover Narayan’s role at IBN7.
 
Devgan, who has over a decade’s experience in journalism, started his career with Hindustan Times, Delhi in early 2002. He joined Zee News in January 2002 and later in 2005 moved to the new business channel, Zee Business as an anchor. 

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