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Priya Gupta, Managing Editor of Bombay Times joins T- Series as President, Films

19-January-2016
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Priya Gupta, Managing Editor of Bombay Times joins T- Series as President, Films

Senior Journalist Priya Gupta has joined T-Series as President, Films. Prior to this, she was the Senior Vice President and Managing Editor, Bombay Times, and spent over 13 years with the Times of India Group. During her stint, she was also responsible for the marketing and editorial product of the Times of India metro supplements.

In 2011 she was slated to join Balaji Telefilms as CEO and work with Ekta Kapoor, but she decided to continue with her role in the Times Group. Gupta has been a marketing and business professional for more than 23 years and has worked with well known brands like Hindustan Times, Apollo Tyres, and others.

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