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Fever FM’s Neeraj Chaturvedi moves to larger role at HT Media Group

29-October-2010
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Fever FM’s Neeraj Chaturvedi moves to larger role at HT Media Group

Neeraj Chaturvedi will be moving to a larger role from his current role of Chief Operating Officer (N&E) Fever FM to head the Solutions Marketing Team for HT Media Limited, as part of his career progression in the HT Media group. This team will bring together convergence of all media - print, radio, internet and mobile and provide integrated brand solutions and partnership to clients. Senior sources close to the development confirmed the news.

Chaturvedi had joined Fever 104 FM in 2006 after almost a decade of marketing experience most of which he spent with the Tata Administrative Services (TAS). In his last assignment with the TAS, he was handling sales and marketing for Tata Tea and Tetley businesses in the Middle East region based out of Dubai.

At Fever 104 FM, as part of the core team, and was instrumental in building the brand Fever 104 FM and leading the Delhi station to a consistent No.2 position in the first full year of operation. In 2008-09, while heading the Delhi station, he shouldered the responsibility of acting Station Head for Mumbai for six months. In that period, he was instrumental in leading the Mumbai team to a No.1 position from a No. 7 position.

 

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