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Former CEO of Lok Sabha TV Rajiv Mishra joins Samsung as VP, Media

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Former CEO of Lok Sabha TV Rajiv Mishra joins Samsung as VP, Media

The former CEO of Lok Sabha TV, Rajiv Mishra joined Samsung as its Vice President (Media). Samsung Group is a South Korean multinational conglomerate company headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul. He will look after the Media segment of the group.

Rajiv Mishra had worked for Hindustan Times group as Sub-Editor, Star TV as Manager - Programming, Zee TV as Sr. Manager - Corporate, Reliance Infocom Limited as General Manager - Corporate Affaires, BAG Media as COO, India News as COO and had launched Times Now news channel of Times of India group in USA as India Now while working for CineMaya Media Inc. of USA.

Rajiv Mishra did his Masters in Broadcasting from International Academy of Broadcasting (IAB),Montreux, Switzerland, MBA in Media Management from MCNY, USA and a Graduate Certificate Course in Multi-Media from UCLA, USA.

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