Uday Shankar re-elected Indian Broadcasting Foundation president1 min read . Updated: 29 Sep 2015, 10:22 PM IST
The IBF board also re-elects Punit Goenka, managing director, Zee Media Corp, as vice president
New Delhi: Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF), a lobby group that represents television broadcasters, re-elected Uday Shankar, chief executive officer of Star India, as its president for the second term at its 16th annual meeting on Tuesday.
“I am humbled by IBF members’ confidence in re-electing me. Broadcasting sector is going through a transition due to changes in technology and business environment and I hope to work with the government, industry and other stakeholders for realization of the sector’s potential," said Shankar.
The IBF board also re-elected Punit Goenka, managing director, Zee Media Corp, as vice president, measurement; N.P. Singh, CEO, Multi Screen Media, as vice president, distribution; and Rajat Sharma, chairman, India TV, as vice president, strategic affairs.
Rahul Johri, executive vice president and general manager, South Asia, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific, was re-elected as treasurer.