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Niloufer Dundh quits Hungama Digital

04-December-2012
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Niloufer Dundh quits Hungama Digital

After a stint of three years, Niloufer Dundh, Head - Integrated Media, Hungama Digital Media Entertainment has resigned from the company.

A close industry source has confirmed this development to exchange4media. Dundh could not be reached at the time of filing this report.

In a career spanning over 19 years, Dundh has worked with brands such as Radio Mirchi, Hungama TV and UTV. Her profile has also allowed her to work in industries such as radio, television, outdoor and the digital media in markets such as India and Middle East. Prior to Hungama, she held the position of Chief Sales Officer at OOH Media.

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