Monthly Archive: November 2010

Nov 26

Job Openinigs at Infomedia18, India

Tweet Infomedia18, the publishing arm of the Network18 Group has three vacancies: 1. A full-time STYLIST for the interior design magazine titled: Better Interiors. Launched in May 2005, Better Interiors is well regarded as a quality design magazine. The magazine is looking for a stylist who will visualize and realize the cover shoot and about …

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Nov 25

Program Officer, Communication- Pathfinder International – India

Tweet Location: New Delhi Last Date: December 24, 2010 Email: pathfinder.international407@gmail.com The Communication Officer has to ensure Pathfinders work is documented and published ; and to maintain up to date Public Relations materials, including program brochures, photo library and videos. The Communication Officer also provides inputs to reports and assists with editing and dissemination of …

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Nov 25

Communications Associate – Washington, DC, United States

Tweet PATH is an international, nonprofit organization that creates sustainable, culturally relevant solutions, enabling communities worldwide to break longstanding cycles of poor health. PATH’s mission is to improve the health of people around the world by advancing technologies, strengthening systems, and encouraging healthy behaviors. The PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative (MVI) seeks to accelerate the development …

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Nov 25

ESPN Software India appoints Aloke Malik as MD for South Asia

Tweet Asia’s leading sports content provider ESPN STAR Sports (ESS) today announced the appointment of Aloke Malik as the Managing Director of its India operations, ESPN Software India (ESI). Aloke joins ESI from Idea Cellular where he was the Chief Operating Officer of the company’s East Operations. Having worked with leading local and multi-national companies …

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Nov 24

Korea’s KBS to raise licence fee

Tweet KBS says the increase in licence fees the Korean public broadcaster approved recently will be used to better serve the public interest and to complete the digitalisation of its broadcasting. The board of directors at KBS approved the state-run broadcaster’s plan to raise licence fees by 1,000 won (US$0.90) from the current 2,500 won …

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