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Sulekha Sharma returns to ZEEL’s fold as Ad Sales Head

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Sulekha Sharma returns to ZEEL’s fold as Ad Sales Head

Sulekha Sharma has returned to Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd (ZEEL) after a gap of two years. In her latest stint with ZEEL, Sharma will be Deputy Vice President and National Head, Ad Sales. She will be reporting to Ashish Sehgal, Executive Vice President, Ad Sales.

Sharma has last been the Associate VP and National Head, Ad Sales for UTV World Movies from February 2010 onwards. Prior to this, she was Zonal Head, North and East at Zee Café and Zee Studio.

On her joining ZEEL, Joy Chakraborthy, Executive Director - Revenue & Niche Channels, said, “ZEEL fosters a culture of welcoming former employees with good track records and who want to rejoin the organisation. We are glad to have Sulekha back with us.”

Sharma began her career in the editorial department with Strategic in 1999. During the two and a half years that she spent there, Sharma used to write about business news. Her stint with ad sales started when she moved to The Times of India, where she was Head of sub office, Visakhapatnam. After spending five and a half years there, she moved to Zee, where she spent two years and four months, before moving to UTV World Movies.



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