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Sunil Khanna quits as Dish TV CEO

12-August-2006
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Sunil Khanna quits as Dish TV CEO

Sunil Khanna, who's two-year contract with Dish TV recently expired, has declined the offer to renew it and made his intention clear that he wants to move on to pursue other interests.

Khanna has been with the Group since its inception. He began his career with the Group while driving the distribution venture, Siticable. He subsequently spearheaded the pay TV business and lead Zee Turner. Prior to joining Dish TV as CEO, he was President of Zee Telefilms.

During his stint with Dish TV, Khanna contributed significantly towards the development of the first addressable digital platform. During the last 15 months, Dish TV has accelerated the process of subscriber acquisition and is now established as the leading digital brand with 1.3 million subscribers.

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