Erkki Pohjanheimo

Erkki Pohjanheimo is a Finnish TV-producer and director. In 1961 Pohjanheimo joint Yleisradio in 1961 as a television cameraman and worked as a cameraman for five years. In 1966 Pohjanheimo was appointed director of entertainment at TV1 and became a journalist and editor manager of Entertainment. During the 1970s Pohjanheimo produced and directed various music programmes and colabiratid with other musicians including The Spencer Davis Group, Cilla Black, Lena Horne, Sarah Vaughan, Benny Goodman and Lionel Hampton. In 1982 he directed a TV concert of Canto General in two parts with Mikis Theodorakis. In 1991 Pohjanheimo did a concert with Montserrat Caballé ja José Carreras for YLE TV1 in Turku. In 1994 Erkki Pohjanheimo's documentary of Kings Singers was shot for television in Tallinn, Estonia and in Helsinki as well as in Lahti and in Hollola, Finland. Pohjanheimo produced and directed a concert of Natalie Cole in Turku in 1992. Over the years Pohjanheimo has been associated with the European Broadcasting Union and the Eurovision Network he provided the Finnish television commentary for the Eurovision Song Contest on ten occasions between 1973 and 1996 he hosted the Finnish heat for the 1981 Contest.

Since 1997 Pohjanheimo has set up his own television company Sunny Notes. Erkki Pohjanheimo has worked as a Singer and sung some records 1962 – 1967; the most popular songs: Kutsukaa tri Casey, 1963 Limbo Rock, 1963 Jos lähdet, 1964 Lapin taikarummut, 1965 Niin paljon kuuluu rakkauteen, 1965 Yö katseessasi, 1964 Kaunein aamuisin, 1967 Kun taas tavattiin, 1967He sang in the dance band of Jorma Weneskoski and he had his own dance orchestra. Erkki Pohjanheimo has two daughters and Vocal Pedagogue Pauliina Pohjanheimo and Actress-Singer Petriikka Pohjanheimo. Yleisradio bio


Prajavani is a leading Kannada-language broadsheet daily newspaper published in Karnataka, India. Having a readership of over 2.01 million, it is one of the largest circulated newspapers in the state. Prajavani was founded in 1948 in Bangalore by K. N. Guruswamy; the Printers Private Limited, the company which owns the newspaper, continues to be held by members of the founding family. Prajavani has a history of being a politically independent newspaper, although it tends to opine with a liberal tilt, it is known for espousing the causes of Dalits, encouraging women's empowerment and taking pro-poor positions on economic issues. It has managed to maintain an independent position, despite an polarized media landscape in Karnataka. Prajavani uses the tagline "the most trusted Kannada daily newspaper", which appears below its masthead. Prajavani was the leading Kannada newspaper for decades, until it was overtaken in circulation by Vijaya Karnataka in 2004; the gulf between PV and the upstart VK became huge for a while, but the two newspapers appear to be competing much more as of 2014, with PV having recovered ground according to industry numbers.

Some analysts have attributed this to the launch of Vijaya Vani, by the original owner of Vijaya Karnataka, Vijay Sankeshwar and his VRL Group, which has eaten into the readership of Vijaya Karnataka. Other regional competitors include Udayavani, Kannada Prabha and Samyukta Karnataka. Deccan Herald, a daily English newspaper Sudha, a Kannada weekly magazine Mayura, a Kannada monthly magazine List of Kannada-language newspapers List of Kannada-language magazines List of newspapers in India Media in Karnataka Media of India Official website Prajavani News Paper History