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Lukup Media ropes in Tata Sky’s Mukund Sharma as EVP

02-February-2016
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Lukup Media ropes in Tata Sky’s Mukund Sharma as EVP

Converged TV and Internet access provider Lukup Media has appointed Mukund Sharma as its Executive Vice-President.

At Lukup, Sharma will be heading the content, services and commerce verticals. He is an industry veteran with over fifteen years of experience in the field of content management, business development, advertising, sales and strategy and is well-known for spearheading the content management team at Tata Sky. He started his career with Sahara India and has been associated with leading broadcasters like CNBC TV18, Ten Sports, and Tata Sky.

Commenting on this appointment, Kallol Borah, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Lukup Media said, “Mukund is an extremely valuable addition to our team at Lukup Media. Since ours is an IP platform, we won't be just delivering TV channels. We plan to go beyond that and offer services such as education, gaming, home security and other transactional services. With Mukund’s wide experience in content management, we are confident of creating interactive and engaging experiences for our customers across the country.”

Sharma is an MBA graduate from University of Lucknow, and holds a Master’s degree in International Business from Indian Institute of Foreign Trade. 

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