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A B Ravi to join CNBC-TV 18 as Consulting Editor

01-September-2005
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A B Ravi to join CNBC-TV 18 as Consulting Editor

A B Ravi, Founder and Executive Editor of USP Age, has put in his papers. He will be joining CNBC-TV 18 as Consulting Editor-Special Projects from September 15, 2005.

Confirming the news, Ravi said, “I have been associated with business magazines for a long time now. I have had three magazine launches, including USP Age, Health and Nutrition, and Fortune India. Since I want to explore new areas, I think the electronic media will be interesting to work in.”

Ravi has worked with business publications for over 25 years. He is the former Executive Editor of Business India, and has also been the Resident Editor of Financial Express and the editor of a Singapore-based dotcom company, Pacific Internet.

Elaborating further, Ravi said, “This is a dream come true for me. I’d wanted to work with the electronic media as that is the happening area today. Since I have done all kinds of stories and enjoyed my stint with the print genre, I think now it’s time for me to look forward to the electronic media.”

Ravi had launched USP Age in 2003.

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