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Vivek Krishnani, Bikram Dugga, Karan Sethi move on from Turner Networks Asia

16-June-2008
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Vivek Krishnani, Bikram Dugga, Karan Sethi move on from Turner Networks Asia

Close on the heels of some key elevations at Turner Entertainment Networks, there is now news about a few goodbyes too. Vivek Krishnani, Executive Director Marketing, APAC, has put in his papers. It is also learnt that Bikram Dugga, Marketing Head, Cartoon Network and Pogo, India, and Karan Sethi, Marketing Manger, Cartoon Network-South Asia, have also called it a day at Turner Entertainment Networks Asia.

An official source close to the development has confirmed the movements.

Krishnani, who was based in Hong Kong and overseeing the company’s marketing initiatives across the region, worked with Turner’s regional and in-country marketing teams to develop and execute marketing programmes that enhance brand values and achieve individual business goals. He also supervised the development of online offerings of Turner’s entertainment brands. He had joined Turner in 2004 from Radio City, where he was Marketing Head.

Duggal, who was elevated in 2006 to Krishnani’s previous role as Marketing Head, Cartoon Network and Pogo, India, has been responsible for providing strategic direction to both Cartoon Network and Pogo while working closely with other network units such as advertising sales, Cartoon Network Enterprises, programming and creative services to drive awareness and demand for Turner’s brands and properties.

Karan Sethi had joined Turner in 2004 from Mediacom, where he had spent two years.

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