Campaign India Team
Sep 21, 2011

Star’s Shankar at IBF’s helm again

Times' Sunil Lulla was elected vice president in place of G Krishnan who had stepped down recently

Star’s Shankar at IBF’s helm again

 

The Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF), which held its 12th AGM in Delhi, has re-elected Uday Shankar of chief executive officer, Star India as president for a second term. Times Television Network’s Sunil Lulla was elected vice president in place of G Krishnan who had stepped down from his roles at TV Today as well as at IBF. Punit Goenka, managing director, Zee News, has been elected treasurer in place of Lulla. 
 
Haresh Chawla, group CEO, Network 18; I Venkat, director, Eenadu TV; Jawahar Goel, Zee Network; Jayant M Mathew, director, MM TV; KVL Narayan Rao, executive vice chairman, NDTV Group; Man Jit Singh, CEO, MSM; Paritosh Joshi, CEO, STAR CJ Network; Rajat Sharma, chairman, India TV; and Siddharth Jain, VP and GM (Distribution and Business Operations), Turner International India and South Asia are also part of the new board.
 
K Madhavan, MD, Asianet Communications, Markand Adhikari, vice-chairman and MD, Sri Adhikari Bros. Television Network, and Raj Nayak, CEO, Colors were co-opted to the board.
 
Monica Tata, VP and GM (Entertainment Networks), Turner International India and South Asia, and Manu Sawhney, MD, ESPN, were made special invitees to the IBF Board.
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