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NDTV Group appoints Suparna Singh as CEO, Saurav Banerjee as co-CEO

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NDTV Group appoints Suparna Singh as CEO, Saurav Banerjee as co-CEO

NDTV has named Suparna Singh as the new CEO of the Group. In her last role, she was serving the organisation as CEO of NDTV Convergence Limited. Along with her elevation, the company as also promoted the Group CFO and Director, Finance Saurav Banerjee as the new co-CEO of the Group. In it stock exchange filing, NDTV also announced the appointment of Ravi Asawa as the new CFO of the Group.

The new appointments come around two weeks after the demise of KVL Narayan Rao, Group CEO and Executive Vice Chairman of the company.

Suparna Singh, who holds a Master’s degree in Television, Radio and Film from Syracuse University, has been associated with NDTV since 1994 and has worked on several positions at the company.

Saurav Banerjee has previously worked at Global Capital Market Group of Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC) and went to Harvard Business School to study management. His association with NDTV started in 2003 and since then he has served the Group under various positions and roles.

Ravi Asawa had joined NDTV as a Vice President-Finance in 2008.

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