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Manoj Sharma moves from India Today Group to CNBC TV18

21-February-2005
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Manoj Sharma moves from India Today Group to CNBC TV18

Manoj Sharma, Senior General Manager, India Today Group, handling the India Today mega brand, has quit the organisation after 14 and a half years and will be joining CNBC as Head- Sales, North & East.

Confirming the development, Manoj Sharma, said, "It was an enriching and diversified experience with the India Today Group because I got an opportunity to work with a variety of products. I joined in 1990 and therefore headed the launch of quite a few of their new products like Cosmopolitan and Today, the afternoon newspaper."

Sharma will be reporting to Sai Kumar. Commenting on Sharma's appointment, Kumar, said, "Delhi is going to be key market for us and since it is a growing team, we needed an experienced hand like him."

After his stint with the print media, Sharma is looking for a learning process in the electronic media. He will be joining CNBC in the first week of March.

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