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BTVi appoints Muralidhar Swaminathan as Channel Director

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BTVi appoints Muralidhar Swaminathan as Channel Director

Premier business channel BTVi has appointed Muralidhar Swaminathan as the Channel Director. A veteran financial news journalist, Swaminathan comes with an experience of nearly 33 years in print and television broadcasting. 

Welcoming Swaminathan, Siddharth Zarabi, Executive Editor, BTVi, said, “BTVi has gone from strength to strength and I am delighted that such a high-calibre professional, who is a veteran of the industry, is joining the team. Murali’s vast experience and leadership acumen are a value addition to the BTVi ethos. His truly integrated and cohesive leadership skills will drive us to even greater heights in the years to come.”

Sharing his thoughts on his new leadership role, Swaminathan said, “I am delighted to be part of BTVi. I am excited and looking forward to partnering with the talented, young leadership team to deliver the company’s vision and invigorate growth.”

Swaminathan has held senior editorial positions in leading financial dailies of the country as well as news broadcast platforms. He is a PG degree holder in Economics from Bangalore University.


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