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HT Media Ltd restructures senior management, increases digital focus

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 HT Media Ltd restructures senior management, increases  digital focus

HT Media Limited has embarked on a ‘Digital Now’ journey with a slew of changes in its senior management.

Amit Garg moves into the role of Executive Director (Digital Initiatives), while Shantanu Bhanja has been chosen as the company’s first Chief Digital Officer.

Rajan Bhalla, who has been responsible for creating brands like Mint, StudyMate, Bridge, Fever and Shine, will be the Chief Marketing Officer for all businesses. Ashu Phakey will be responsible for P&L for HT Delhi as Business Head, and Vivek Khanna will be leading the Jaipur expansion strategy.

Bhanja, who is Vice-President-Marketing, is responsible for marketing for the HT brand and Business Head for HT Delhi. The latter role, along with the responsibility of Local Revenue and brand activation for HT Delhi, will now move to Phakey, the National Circulation Head.

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