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ETV Networks’ Ravikumar Gilganchi joins Kasthuri TV as National Sales Head

19-November-2009
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ETV Networks’ Ravikumar Gilganchi joins Kasthuri TV as National Sales Head

Ravikumar Gilganchi has joined Kasthuri TV as National Sales Head. He will be based out of Bangalore. Kasthuri TV is a Kannada GEC launched in September 2007. The parent company is Kasthuri Media Pvt Ltd and is promoted by Anitha Kumaraswamy, the wife of H D Kumaraswamy, the ex- Chief Minister of Karnataka.

Gilganchi moves from ETV Network Channels where he had two stints and began his career in media sales with the channel. Following which he moved to Zee Network where he was looking after the ad sales of Zee Kannada and Zee Telugu. He then moved to Tata Tele Services Ltd (TTSL) looking after the Bangalore circle. He then again moved to media joining ETV Network Channels.

Talking about his new role, Gilganchi said, “I will be representing the channel besides Karnataka in Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai. This is an exciting opportunity and I am looking forward to it.”

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