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TDP To Come To The Rescue of Ravi Prakash?

TDP To Come To The Rescue of Ravi Prakash?
TDP To Come To The Rescue of Ravi Prakash?
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Ravi Prakash was forced to step down as the CEO of TV9 after the differences with the new management. TV9 already got a new CEO and COO. Ravi Prakash finds himself in several legal cases foisted by the new management and is seething in anger over the insulted meted to him. He wants to take revenge by starting a new venture and displacing TV9 from the Top.
TDP To Come To The Rescue of Ravi Prakash?
We are told that Ravi Prakash is in talks to acquire I-News which is one of the highest loss-making News Channels in Telugu. At present, the channel is in the hands of Nallari kishore KUMAR' target='_blank' title='click here to read more about kishore KUMAR'>kishore kumar Reddy, brother of former chief minister of combined AP Nallari kiran KUMAR' target='_blank' title='click here to read more about kiran KUMAR'>kiran kumar Reddy. kishore is currently in TDP and the Party reportedly assured all possible help to him.

TDP To Come To The Rescue of Ravi Prakash?

Ravi Prakash already owns Mojo TV but without proper infrastructure. The Reporters often send the content through their mobile phones. I-News has an excellent infrastructure, including studio, cameras and other equipment like OB Vans, etc. So, this acquisition may fill in the gap. 


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Nimisha is a typical Hyderabadi who raves about food and films. Formerly a Techie employed with Satyam, she writes about cinema since eight years and as for the other passion, she is a popular food blogger. She completely took her passion as work post the Satyam fiasco. Besides food and films, she is also fascinated to history and cricket.