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Vinod Kapri quits Zee News, joins Star News as Executive Producer

23-November-2004
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Vinod Kapri quits Zee News, joins Star News as Executive Producer

After a nine-year stint at Zee News and being the ‘key-man’ behind the ‘Arif – Gudiya’ programme, Vinod Kapri is now ready to take on his new job as the Executive Producer, Star News, today. On the new job, Kapri says, “I will be looking after output and programming and will take care of recruitments also.”

Kapri is upbeat about the new job. “I’m looking at innovative programmes. It would be a challenge for me to come up with ideas like the Arif-Gudiya programme. I will be generating out-of-box ideas and am looking forward to my association with Star TV,” he said.

On the reason for leaving Zee TV, he mentioned, “It has been nine years in Zee TV and so I thought of looking out for better options.”

Referring to his stint at Zee, he said, “I’ve been in Zee for long now and have been involved in a lot of top programmes like Arif-Gudiya and almost all the crime-related shows. I was taking care of the input operations in Zee and enjoyed my long stint there.”

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