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Vivek Law joins TV Today Group as Editor, Business Television

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Vivek Law joins TV Today Group as Editor, Business Television

Vivek Law has been appointed as Editor, Business Television, TV Today Group. Law will lead the consumer and personal finance vertical across the Group and give it a multi-media dimension. He will be based at ITG Mediaplex, Noida. The news was confirmed by industry sources.

Prior to joining TV Today Group, Law was Editor, Bloomberg TV India, where he was responsible for building the channel in line with global practices. He has anchored many leading shows like Exposed, Fightback, Market Guru, Smart Money, Courtroom, Big Story, and In Conversation. With over 21 years of experience, Law has also worked with CNBC TV 18, Economic Times, Business Standard, Financial Express and The Statesman. 

Law was with India Today in 2002-2004 as Associate Editor. 

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