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India TV appoints Rajmohan Nair as President-Network Development

01-June-2012
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India TV appoints Rajmohan Nair as President-Network Development

India TV today announced the appointment of Rajmohan Nair as President, Network Development. Prior to this he was VP-Distribution with TV Today. He is the fourth key appointee joining India TV from TV Today in less than three months.

Welcoming Nair on board, India TV MD & CEO, Ritu Dhawan said, "Digitalization is round the corner which will have an impact on the TV landscape in a big way. With Rajmohan coming on board at this juncture, we really feel optimistic that this will further boost the aggressive growth track we are set to follow."

On his appointment, Nair said, “It is a great opportunity for me to contribute towards further consolidating and cementing India TV’s leadership position in the news genre. What’s also exciting is the changing dynamics in the distribution space that shall also provide with a huge potential to develop pay business revenues for the channel.”

He will be responsible for Network Development for India TV and upcoming group channels in domestic and international markets. Nair will be reporting to MD & CEO, Ritu Dhawan.

Nair has a career spanning around two decades, out of which 15 years have been in broadcast distribution space. As a member of the core strategy team of TVTN, he has been instrumental in encryption of the three TVTN channels & its launch in One Alliance Bouquet as a pay service.

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