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IBF Board meeting to take place today in New Delhi

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IBF Board meeting to take place today in New Delhi

With an agenda to elect a new President, Vice President and Treasurer, Indian Broadcasting Foundation's (IBF) board meeting is taking place today at 3 PM in New Delhi.

Besides the election of the President, Vice President and the treasurer, there will be other issues also which are expected to be discussed in the meeting. The issues include Surrogate Advertising, TV ratings and the membership of fashion TV (FTV) in IBF.

Peter Mukerjea of Star, Kunal Das Gupta of Sony, Subhash Chandra of Zee, I Venkat of Eenadu, KS Sarma of Prasar Bharati, Anshuman Mishra of Turner, Alex Kuruvilla of MTV, Manu Sawhney of ESPN, Mahesh Prasad of Sahara TV and Markand Adhikari of SAB TV are expected to attend the meeting.

At present KS Sarma, CEO of Prasar Bharati is the president of IBF. Kunal Das Gupta, CEO of Sony is the Vice President and I Venkat of Eenadu is the treasurer.


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