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Ramesh C Raina steps down as COO Disha TV

29-March-2016
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Ramesh C Raina steps down as COO Disha TV

Ramesh C Raina has resigned as COO Disha TV channel and DIsha Global after eight years of successful service.

Raina joined Disha TV, a regional news channel, as General Manager Operations in 2007 and was promoted to the role of Chief Operating Officer in 2013. During his tenure Disha TV achieved an average yearly growth of 75% and reached 50 million households through DTH and Cable TV networks.

Raina also spearheaded new and digital media distribution platforms and during his stint Disha TV was successfully carried on IPTV, Mobile TV and Internet TV. Moreover, three Mahakumbh Melas were also covered by Disha TV channel from Haridwar in 2012, Allahabad in 2013 and Nasik 2015 during his tenure.

Under his leadership, many new shows like ‘Discovery of Spiritual India’, ‘Yeh Bi Hai Zindagi’, ‘MeriAwazSuno’, ‘Dhrishtikon’ and Darpan were conceptualised and successfully launched.

Raina has over 25 years of rich experience in TV Broadcasting, Telecommunications, IT, Engineering and Entrepreneurship.

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