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Hemant Arora joins the Times Television as Chief Sales Officer

Hemant Arora joins the Times Television as Chief Sales Officer

Author | exchange4media News Service | Monday, Sep 05,2011 11:21 AM

Hemant Arora joins the Times Television as Chief Sales Officer

Times Television Network has appointed Hemant Arora as Chief Sales Officer, Times Television Network. Arora will drive synergies for over 1000 advertisers amongst all four Times television channels -- ET Now, Movies Now, Times Now and Zoom.

The Sales Heads of ET Now, Moves Now, Times Now and Zoom would report to Hemant Arora, who in turn would be reporting to Sunil Lulla.

Sunil Lulla Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Times Television Network said, “I am delighted to welcome Hemant Arora to the Times Television Network. He will oversee the Sales teams of the Network to offer our valued advertisers, solutions and synergy across the network. With each of our channels enjoying a differentiated and leadership position, our customers will have a seamless organisation to interact with, which remains focused with specific channel offerings. Hemant has demonstrable leadership skills and is known to drive value for customers and business.”

Arora returns to the Times Group having started his career in Times Response. He joins the Times Television Network after a stint as Chief Officer Marketing and Sales (Corporate) for The Dainik Bhaskar Group. Prior to this, he has worked with Discovery, NDTV and Aidem across the genres of News, Infotainment and Entertainment.

Arora said, “I look forward to being a part of an esteemed and formidable establishment such as the Times Television Network. I'll be working closely with the energetic team to drive high revenue performance across all four channels by providing integrated solutions in advertising, branded content and media properties. I am very excited to be a part of such a dynamic and motivated environment.”

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