Abraham Thomas moves out of Radio City, Ashit Kukian joins in as CEO

This is Kukian's second stint with Radio City. Earlier he had served 10 years at the station from 2005 to 2015

Abraham Thomas has stepped down as the CEO of Radio City after serving nearly three years. Ashit Kukian will be taking over his position according to industry sources. This is his second stint with Radio City where he will report to Apurva Purohit, President, Jagran Prakashan.

Kukian was earlier with iTV Network as COO-NewsX & CRO-iTV Regionals, Entertainment & Sports Businesses. Kukian was President – Revenue for Times Network.

Prior to joining Times Network, Kukian was the President and Chief Operating Officer at Radio City from 2005-15. His leadership, industry insights and operational expertise had strengthened Radio City's performance in the radio industry through traditional and non-traditional revenue. For more updates, be socially connected with us on
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