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Tushar Shah quits Walt Disney India

03-October-2007
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Tushar Shah quits Walt Disney India

After a stint of almost two and half years, Tushar Shah, Director-Marketing and Communications, Walt Disney Television India, has put in his papers. He was looking after the marketing, corporate communication and research portfolios of Disney in India.

At present, each of the three heads of marketing, corporate communication and research would be reporting directly to Antoine Villeneuve, Senior VP and MD for Walt Disney’s television business. These include Venugopal Iyer for the marketing of all three Disney channels -- Disney Channel, Toon Disney and Hungama TV; K Seshasaye for corporate communications, and Shivani Sood for research.

The developments were confirmed by Disney officials. Shah did not divulge anything on his destination next, but informed that he would continue to be in the media space. He said, “I’ve had a great learning experience at Walt Disney. I am now moving on to explore other opportunities in the media space.”

Prior to Walt Disney, Shah was Marketing Head of Sony Entertainment Television and worked on both MAX and Sony TV.

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