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Vineet Singh Hukmani elevated to MD at Radio One

23-January-2009
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Vineet Singh Hukmani elevated to MD at Radio One

Mid-Day Multimedia on January 21 announced the elevation of Vineet Singh Hukmani to the post of Managing Director of Radio One. Hukmani is also set to join the Board of Directors of Radio One. Prior to the elevation Hukmani was CEO of Radio One.

The announcement came following the declaration of the Q3 results, which saw the FM player report 72 per cent growth in revenues.

Tariq Ansari, Managing Director, Mid-Day Multimedia, said, “Radio One’s performance is a testament to Vineet’s leadership and the outstanding team of professionals that he leads. This invitation is in recognition of his contributions in making Radio One the fastest growing radio brand in the country, both in terms of audience and revenues.”

Radio One has seven metro stations – Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore and Chennai.

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