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Major changes in ESPN Star Sports sales team

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Major changes in ESPN Star Sports sales team

Mr. L S Narashiman, has joined ESPN Star Sports as head of sales. Mr. Deepak Mirpuri, who was heading the sales team quit last month to make way for L S Narashiman. Besides Rukin Kzibilash who was the head of northern region has also left. ESPN Star Sports has appointed two new incumbents, Sanjay Reddy and Vidisha Chatterjee to look after the sales in the northern region.

Ms. Vidisha moves from BBC. Mr. Sanjay Reddy who had left earlier to start his own venture joined back ESPN Star Sports.

Mr. L S Nrashiman, Vidisha and Sanjay Reddy joined on 1st of June and are currently attending workshop at Jaipur.

According to industry sources few more changes in ESPN Star Sports are in offing.


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