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Sahara Samay hires senior journalists from Aaj Tak

12-April-2005
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Sahara Samay hires senior journalists from Aaj Tak

Three Aaj Tak senior management staffers have shifted to Sahara Samay. Ambikanand Sahay, Senior Vice President, Sahara India Media and Entertainment, has confirmed it to exchange4media.

Manish Dubey, cinema editor of Aaj Tak, has joined Sahara as editorial head. While Manoj Kumar Singh, the output head of Aaj Tak, has joined Sahara as executive producer, Anju Pankaj Guleria, an anchor at Aaj tak, has joined Sahara as anchor-cum-senior producer.

Sahay said that while Dubey will be based out of Mumbai, the other two would be working in Delhi. "We are recruiting the best possible talent for the channel and have taken a bold step by recruiting a 28-year-old as the editorial head for Mumbai," said Sahay. Sahay said that top-level recruitments are going to happen in anchor, production as well as leadership level for the new channels, which are yet to be launched.

Sahay said that while Dubey and Singh have taken charge, Guleria would be joining Sahara on April 25.

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