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Rajat Sharma elected President of NBA

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Rajat Sharma elected President of NBA

In a meeting today News Broadcasters Association announced their new President, and Honorary Treasurer.

Rajat Sharma was elected President of NBA.

Sharma was earlier handling the position of Honorary Treasurer at NBA. He is the Chairman and Editor-in Chief of India TV.  He is best known for his popular show ‘Aap Ki Adalat’. The show has continued to captivate viewers for a record 18 years. He has grilled over 750 personalities with a trademark smile in the longest running television show in India’s television history.

This show got him the Best Anchor felicitation several times, including the Indian Television Academy Lifetime Achievement Award. Before branching out into television, Sharma made a mark with distinguished 10-year tenure in the print media, where he was the editor of important national publications.

The following Board Members have been appointed today as Office Bearers of NBA for the year 2014-15:-

Rajat Sharma – President (Chairman & Editor-in-Chief, India TV)

Ashok Venkatramani – Vice President (CEO, ABP News, MCCS (I) Pvt. Ltd.)

Anurradha Prasad – Honorary Treasurer (Chairperson-cum-Managing Director, News24 Broadcast India Ltd.)

The other Members on the NBA Board are :

 K.V.L. Narayan Rao, Executive Vice Chairperson, NDTV Group, New Delhi Television Ltd.

Ashish Bagga, Director, TV Today Network Ltd.

M.K. Anand, Managing Director & CEO, Times Global Broadcasting Company Ltd.

Dr. Bhaskar Das, CEO, Zee Media Corporation Ltd.

Jagi Mangat Panda, Director, Odisha Television Ltd.

M.V. Shreyams Kumar, Whole-time Director, Mathrubhumi Printing & Publishing    Co. Ltd.

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