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Kamal Krishnan joins Mathrubhumi as National Head – Media Solutions

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Kamal Krishnan joins Mathrubhumi as National Head – Media Solutions

Kamal Krishnan PS has joined the Mathrubhumi group of publications as National Head – Media Solutions (Print). In his previous stint, he was heading Response for Times of India, Kerala. Talking about his new move, Krishnan said, “I’m excited about this new role. Mathrubhumi is a brand I’m familiar with right from my childhood and have continued associating with in various ways in my professional life too. Getting an opportunity to work with such a brand at the leadership level is definitely fulfilling and challenging.”

Starting his career in advertising, Krishnan has worked with Contract Advertising, Rediffusion and Percept Hakuhodo. Later, he moved to the telecom sector with BPL Mobile, Hutch and Vodafone handling marketing communications. His foray into media was with Radio Mango where he was the National Head for Sales & Marketing. Krishnan brings with him a rounded experience having worked with agencies, clients and the media.

“Stepping into this position during an extremely transitional stage in media is quite challenging, but I’m confident of leading the change for this great institution, which is synonymous with the progressive state of Kerala and Malayalees across the globe. Mathrubhumi’s strength today is across all media platforms, be it Print, TV, Radio, Digital or Events, and I’m sure that positive value packed integrated solutions from Mathrubhumi will help advertisers to effectively connect with Malayalees all over the world,” he added.


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