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Niloufer Dundh appointed Hungama TV Ad Sales Head

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Niloufer Dundh appointed Hungama TV Ad Sales Head

Niloufer Dundh, Vice-President, Sales, Hungama TV (West and South), will be taking over as Vice-President, Sales, Hungama TV. Dundh is replacing Rajesh Chakrabarti, who has decided to move on. She will be taking on his full responsibilities with immediate effect.

Commenting on the development, Zarina Mehta, COO, Hungama TV, said, “Niloufer has demonstrated tremendous drive, commitment and a ‘can do’ attitude in her role as Sales Head for the West and South regions. I am confident that in her new role she will continue to innovate and make the most of opportunities to ensure a win-win situation for our clients and the channel.”

Dundh will report to Mehta, while Rahul Bhatia, General Manager, Business Operations (North and East), who will head Sales, Hungama TV (North and East), will report to Dundh.

Dundh, in her career spanning 12 years, has always been involved in ad sales. She has extensive experience across markets such as Mumbai, Muscat and Dubai and various industries, including print, Internet, radio, travel and television. In her last job, she was with Radio Mirchi as Corporate Sales Head from December 2001 to April 2004. She had joined UTV in April 2004 and has played a crucial role in Hungama TV’s success.


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