Campaign India Team
Sep 17, 2008

Outlook taps inhouse talent to fill editor-in-chief slot

Krishna Prasad has been elevated as Editor of Outlook magazine. He will report to Vinod Mehta, Editor-in-Chief of Outlook magazine and also Editor-in-Chief of Outlook Group. Prasad will fill the slot left vacant after the exit of Sandipan Deb who left Outlook in August 2005.

Outlook taps inhouse talent to fill editor-in-chief slot

Krishna Prasad has been elevated as Editor of Outlook magazine. He will report to Vinod Mehta, Editor-in-Chief of Outlook magazine and also Editor-in-Chief of Outlook Group.
 
Prasad will fill the slot left vacant after the exit of Sandipan Deb who left Outlook in August 2005.

Prasad was earlier Editor-Special Issues of Outlook and had headed the weekly's Independence Day Special issue till last month. He has been with Outlook for six years, except for a six-month break when he had joined Vijaya Times in Bangalore. He left Vijaya Times soon after Bennett, Coleman & Co Ltd acquired the Vijay Karnataka media house.

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Campaign India

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