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R K Arora steps down as CEO, News Nation Network

19-May-2015
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R K Arora steps down as CEO, News Nation Network

R K Arora, CEO, News Nation Network has decided to step down from the post of CEO of News Nation, confirm sources. He was associated with News Nation for a short stint of six months.

Currently he is serving his notice period in the group and likely to join next organisation in a week’s time.  He joined the group in December last year and led News Nation among top five news channel in TAM and BARC ratings.

He has a standout track record, result-oriented approach and has a deep understanding of the news ecosystem. Arora has an experience of 24 years and brings with him industry expertise and formidable credentials.

A chartered accountant by profession, Arora has been instrumental in the company’s transformation and growth. He has extensive experience in the field of distribution, finance and profitability of companies. Prior to ITV Network, he was CEO of BAG Network (News24, E24 and Darshan24). He was also associated with Independent News Service (India TV) since its inception.
 

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