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Samina Nalwala joins BTVi as senior anchor

20-December-2016
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Samina Nalwala joins BTVi as senior anchor

Business channel, BTVi has appointed Samina Nalwala as senior anchor. She comes with nearly a decade of experience in the business broadcast industry as a market analyst on stocks, currency markets and the economy.

In her role as a senior anchor, Nalwala will be hosting shows like Market Opening and Market Fundamentals, focusing on stocks, currency markets, economy and personal finance.

Commenting on this development, Siddharth Zarabi, Executive Editor, BTVi, said, “We are delighted to have Samina join our team. She is known for her expertise as an anchor in the business broadcast space. I am confident that she will bring considerable heft to the channel’s output.”

On the new role, Nalwala, said, “I am excited to be a part of BTVi, which is focused on credible business news and opinions. I look forward to contributing to the channel’s product offering and add value to the content.”

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