Epic TV appoints Rajiee Shinde as president

MUMBAI: Infotainment channel EPIC TV has announced the appointment of Rajiee M Shinde as president. In her new role at EPIC, she has been entrusted with the responsibility of expanding the business and building the EPIC network.

Prior to joining EPIC, Shinde has served as CEO and director at PTC Network and was instrumental in establishing the network while spearheading the launch of multiple channels. She has also served as the business head of ETC Punjabi of the Zee Group and was responsible for the launch of the Punjabi music channel.

EPIC Television Network MD Aditya Pittie said, ?I am delighted to welcome Rajiee to the EPIC family. She brings with her immense experience of establishing and building new businesses and is the perfect resource to have on board to drive outgrowth plans.?

With a career spanning over 2 decades, Shinde has held various leadership positions both internationally and with leading media houses in India. A recipient of numerous awards and accolades for her contribution to the media and entertainment ecosystem, her notable awards include - FICCI women entrepreneur 2018, women of the decade in media and social change by women economic forum 2017 (WEF), Punjabi Icon award 2017 by Punjabi cultural heritage board, Mumbai, Excellence in Media in the BIMSTEC - SAARC women empowerment forum 2017 organized by ASSOCHAM under MEA. She has also been conferred with Punjab State Brand Leadership Award 2017 and among many others.

Shinde said, ?I am happy to be a part of the EPIC group and my primary role would be to expand the EPIC brand into a network and a cluster of new channels. This role also presents me with a wider canvas to promote new and fresh talent on a national level.

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