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Fever FM strengthens its core leadership team

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Fever FM strengthens its core leadership team

Fever FM has strengthened its core leadership team under the direction of Business Head S Keerthivasan. Neeraj Chaturvedi will now take over as Chief Operating Officer, North and East regions; Gaurav Sharma is now Chief Programming Officer - Radio and Events, Puja Sharma takes over as Business Head – Events, while additionally heading HR. Anas Wajid is now National Sales Head; Trupti Vasudev takes on the role of National Marketing Head; Vinay Manek will head programming for North and East, while Darius Sunnawala will head programming for West and South. The new additions to the team are Kiran Murthi (Business Head – West) and Karthi Narayanan (Business Head – South).

Commenting on the developments, S Keerthivasan, Business Head, HT Music & Entertainment Ltd, said, “Fever 104 FM is an extremely people-centric organisation and today one of the most admired radio brands to work for. We have created a fun and exciting work environment that attracts the best of talent. We today have a valuable team, which has tremendous experience across functions and together we look forward to spearheading the Fever 104 FM brand to greater heights.”

He added, “Fever 104 FM has carved a space for itself in radio and is today a sought-after brand. We have consciously sought to bring in a wealth of expertise from across industries, and my Leadership Team today is a rich amalgamation of experience ranging from finance to FMCG to banking to television, which has helped us achieve leadership in the market.”


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