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Nikhil Mathur joins India TV as head of marketing

NEW DELHI: Moving on from TV9 as AVP marketing & events, Nikhil Mathur has joined Rajat Sharma-led India TV as head of marketing. He took on the new role at the start of 2021.  Mathur worked with TV9 for a little over a year, overseeing marketing and events for the news network. He has an...

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Rajat Sharma re-elected as NBA president

NEW DELHI: India TV editor-in-chief Rajat Sharma was re-elected as the president of the National Broadcasting Association (NBA) at its 13th annual general meeting. The board has elected News24 Broadcast India Ltd chairperson-cum-MD Anuradha Prasad as its vice president, and Bennett, Coleman &...

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News Broadcasters Association calls for third-party enquiry into BARC ratings

MUMBAI: News Broadcasters Association (NBA) president Rajat Sharma in his letter to BARC chairman wrote that the members of the NBA board feels extremely let down by the ratings body. Sharma's letter to BARC is regarding the unusual ratings of TV9 Bharatvarsh. 

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NBA requests Maharashtra CM to drop charges against ABP Majha journalist

MUMBAI: News Broadcasters Association (NBA) has requested Maharashtra chief minister to drop charges against ABP journalist Rahul Gurunath Kulkarni. NBA president Rajat Sharma requested to adopt the recourse of filing a complaint before the News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA).

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News Broadcasters Association seeks GST relief on ads

MUMBAI: The News Broadcasters Association (NBA) has requested the government to either remove or reduce the goods and services tax (GST) on advertisements in par with the print media industry as part of the stimulus package, amid the COVID-19 pandemic in India.   NBA president Rajat Sharma, in his...

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