Moses Chinappa & Amar Dixit announce two new media ventures 'Kingdom' and 'Atlas'

Rajan Mishra and Naveen KS have been appointed to shape the newly launched organisation.

Mumbai: On Friday, media veterans Moses Chinappa and Amar Dixit, with the goal of becoming a leading organisation in advancing businesses using channelized media, announced their collaboration to launch two new media ventures,"Kingdom Media Network Pvt. Ltd." and "Atlas Media Network Pvt. Ltd."

In a matter of time, in order to explore and expand concealed opportunities in the market, co-founder & managing director of the group Moses Chinappa and co-founder & chief executive officer Amar Dixit have laid the blueprint for the new companies.

The veterans revealed that, under Kingdom Media Network Pvt. Ltd., a bouquet of channels will be launched in the coming months. Whereas, Atlas Media Network Pvt. Ltd., will be providing 360-degree solutions related to the various verticals of media business in the fields of content syndication, digital, advertising sales, technical support, film division, marketing, and distribution mapping to its clients in pan-India and overseas markets.

The company will offer services that aid brand building through a combination of professional collaborations to leverage marketability. It will expand its horizons and form strategic alliances in India and overseas, which will be announced soon.

Further to this, Atlas Media has brought in Rajan Mishra as business head of emerging media (India and Southeast Asia). Mishra holds an MBA and has worked in the media industry for 19 years.

Shaping this organisation and making it an enormous stage, the founders have teamed up with Naveen KS as business head of special projects (India, Middle East, and North Africa region). He is an MBA with 18 years of experience in the media industry.

Receiving enormous support from the industry, The Advertising Standards Council of India CEO Manisha Kapoor says, "I wish Chinnapa, Dixit, and the team at Kingdom Media and Atlas Media the very best. I look forward to many milestones and achievements from this team in the coming time."

Furthermore, Vini Cosmetics Pvt. Ltd. vice chairman Dipam Patel extends his best wishes to Chinappa and Dixit for their new ventures.

In the same alignment, Network Advertising, Mumbai executive director Harish Shriyan shares, "I have known Chinappa and Dixit professionally and personally well over the years. They are one of the most respected and highly talented media professionals in the country. I wish them all the very best and great success in their new ventures, Kingdom Media & Atlas Media."

The founders have their vision effectively formulated, are planning to provide an enriching experience to their clients, and are making a mark and a favourable impact in the media business with their exceptional synergy and highly defined goals. They are on their way to accomplishing much more.

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