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Sunil Lulla steps down as President – Corporate Development, BCCL Group

30-June-2014
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Sunil Lulla steps down as President – Corporate Development, BCCL Group

Sunil Lulla has quit Bennett, Coleman & Co as President – Corporate Development, BCCL Group. Confirming the news to exchange4media, Lulla said that his stint with the organisation was “very good, outstanding and enviable”.

Lulla had spent around nine years with the Times Group in various leadership positions. He was designated as President – Corporate Development, BCCL in January this year. Prior to that, he was MD and CEO of Times Television Network.

Before joining Times Television Network, he was with Sony Entertainment Television, where he was Executive VP.

Lulla has over 26 years of experience in media, entertainment, technology and broadcast industry. In the early stages of his career, he was with JWT in various positions. In the 1990s, he was General Manager, MTV India. He had also worked with HMV India in the early 1990s. In 1999-2000, he was CEO of indya.com, a global internet venture of Microland.

Lulla is also a member of several industry associations, including a board member of the News Broadcasters Association. 

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