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Sanjay Dua puts in his papers as CEO, Network18 Media

08-August-2014
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Sanjay Dua puts in his papers as CEO, Network18 Media

Sanjay Dua, CEO, Network18 News Media Network has put in his papers. When contacted, Dua confirmed the news to exchange4media. He was with the organisation for nine years. His next destination is not yet known.

Network18 News Media Network manages the advertising sales of the group’s five news channels – CNBC-TV18, CNBC Awaaz, CNN-IBN, IBN7 and IBN-Lokmat.

Prior to joining Network18, Dua was with Zee News Network, where he was heading National Sales.

He has over 23 years of corporate experience, and has spent the last 18 years in the media & entertainment sector. Earlier, he had had leadership stints at Walt Disney and Bennett, Coleman & Company Ltd. He had also led sales strategy for ESPN, Sahara and Hallmark. 

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