Campaign India Team
Oct 21, 2009

MK Anand joins UTV Broadcast (Entertainment) as CEO

UTV Broadcast (Entertainment) channels has appointed MK Anand (pictured) as CEO. With this development, Anand will now oversee four channels under the UTV umbrella, namely UTV Bindass, Bindass Movies, UTV Movies and UTV World Movies.

MK Anand joins UTV Broadcast (Entertainment) as CEO
UTV Broadcast (Entertainment) channels has appointed MK Anand (pictured) as CEO. With this development, Anand will now oversee four channels under the UTV umbrella, namely UTV Bindass, Bindass Movies, UTV Movies and UTV World Movies.

Commenting about the appointment, Anand says, "With the recession behind us, the broadcast business is seeing an all new scale and is emerging as a very fast growing segment. Keeping in mind the emphasis in this sector by UTV, I am glad to be a part of it. I hope my elaborate stint in the media industry will help me take forward the bouquet of UTV channels to the next level.”

Anand has 19 years of experience in media business management. He comes from the Bennett Coleman Group where he was business head of Zoom Entertainment Network.
 

 

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