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Amit Tripathi joins Focus TV as COO and National Sales Head

18-November-2014
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Amit Tripathi joins Focus TV as COO and National Sales Head

Amit Tripathi, COO, who decided to move on from News Express last month, has now joined Focus TV as COO and National Sales Head.

He has joined Focus Group as National Sales Head cum COO – Focus Bangla & Focus NE. He will look into overall operations of Focus Bangla and Focus NE and overall sales operations of the network

Prior to News Express, Tripathi worked with Times Television Network, Zoom, Sahara TV and India News. He has also worked with Zee News as Group Sales Head and partnered with Barun Das, Former CEO, Zee News to form Cent Percent Media.

As a COO in News Express, Tripathi was responsible for P&L of company for their national channel and upcoming regional channels in MP and Maharashtra. He was also responsible for managing team of 400+ people and motivating them for better performance. He is a media veteran of more than 20 years.

 

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