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SABe TV cuts workforce

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SABe TV cuts workforce

SABe TV has shed some workforce and has attributed it to “non-performance as per company standards.” The company is recruiting senior executives to run the company.

According to Markand Adhikari, vice-chairman of Sri Adhikari Brothers TV Network Ltd., the company has received numerous offers from international media giants for a strategic tie-up but the board has not yet taken a final decision on the same as the company had earlier raised an adequate funds to run the channel. Adhikari reiterated they might offload upto 30 per cent stake to investors.<.P>


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