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S. Divaakar joins Janasri News as Director of Sales and Marketing

10-August-2016
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S. Divaakar joins Janasri News as Director of Sales and Marketing

S. Divaakar has joined Janasri News as Director of Sales and Marketing.

Divaakar comes with a rich experience of over two decades in media having started his career as a sales executive with Udaya TV, when the channel was launched in 1994. Post which he has worked with channels like Gemini TV, Jaya TV, ETC, Zee Network, Sahara One, Filmy and TV9. On joining Commenting on his appointment Divaakar said, “Janasri News is back on its growth trajectory and we are fast heading to reclaim its position as the No.2 channel in the Kannada news industry." 

Janasri News has been re-launched recently under the leadership of  Anantha Chinivar - CEO and Editor-in-Chief. Welcoming Divaakar into the channel, Chinivar said,  "Divakar brings with him a lot of experience and innovative thinking presence at the helm gives us a cutting edge in the market and we look forward to achieve leadership sooner than later."

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