Top Story


Home >> People Movement >> Article

Avinash Kaul puts in his papers as CEO, ET Now, Zoom & Times Now

Font Size   16
Avinash Kaul puts in his papers as CEO, ET Now, Zoom & Times Now

Avinash Kaul, who has been with the Times Television Network for nearly four years now, put in his papers as CEO, ET Now, Zoom, and Times Now a month ago. Kaul is a broadcast professional with over 15 years of experience.

In May 2012, Kaul was given the additional responsibility of Times Now, wherein he was overseeing the operations of all the three channels of the Network – Zoom (entertainment channel), ET Now (English business news channel) and Times Now (English general news channel), and reporting to Sunil Lulla, the then Managing Director and CEO, TTN.

Prior to joining Times Television Network, Kaul had a short stint at Sahara One as CEO. He was also Executive Vice President, NDTV Media for over seven years, prior to which he also worked at Discovery Communications and STAR India.

Kaul started his career as a media planer with Mindshare.

Siddharth Kumar Tewary, Founder, Chief Creative, One Life Studios and Swastik Productions, on owning the IP on his most ambitious project 'Porus,' the risk of recovering its cost and his distribution strategy

Webscale plans to build the brand around smooth operations for the e-commerce sector and then move on to demand generation

Shriya Ghate, Business Head, Tinkle, spills the beans on the company's vision for its special line of merchandise launched to celebrate its 37th anniversary, its pricing, marketing strategies, and more

Vivek Patni, Director of Wonder Cement, on the current marketing strategies and challenges that brand owners face

Luis Fonsi, Rita Ora, Jain of Makeba fame , Dimitri Vegas, Jason Derulo, Charly Black and Dasu, J Balvin, Parineeti Chopra, Tiger & Jackie Shroff speak exclusively to the radio channel

The Film-Maker, as the host of ‘Calling Karan’, Will Be Just A Phone Call Away From Listeners Seeking Advice On Love & Relationship

The group aims to double its FMCG turnover to Rs. 1,000 crore over four years.