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Anil Uniyal joins Bloomberg Quint as CEO, Menaka Doshi joins as Managing Editor

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Anil Uniyal joins Bloomberg Quint as CEO, Menaka Doshi joins as Managing Editor

Senior Journalist Menaka Doshi has officially joined Bloomberg as Managing Editor. She posted a tweet on the micro blogging site saying, “Excited to start-up @bloombergquint with the backing of @business & @Raghav_Bahl - 2 of the best biz news brands in biz!”

She is a media veteran with twenty years of experience. Before joining to Quint Bloomberg she was associated with Network 18’s business channel CNBC as Executive Editor. She was also one of the prominent anchors on CNBC.

The Quint also tweeted about her joining saying, “#Bloombergquint | @menakadoshi will be the Managing Editor of @BloombergQuint.”

Quintillion Media is a news portal founded by Media Veteran Raghav Bahl last year.

Meanwhile, Anil Uniyal, the former CEO of CNBC-TV18, CNBC Awaaz and Forbes India, will join as CEO of the new venture. Uniyal had resigned from Network18 on March 22 as reported by exchange4media.

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