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B.A.G. Network's Amit Kumar moves on

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B.A.G. Network's Amit Kumar moves on

Amit Kumar, Chief Operating Officer, B.A.G. Network has put in his papers after a stint of two years. He was responsible for the turnaround of revenues at B.A.G. Network.

When asked where he was moving to next, Kumar was non committal and said that he was evaluating options.

Prior to B.A.G., he worked with India TV as President – Business Development, where he built the sales teams and was the driving force behind the manifold revenue growth of the company.

Kumar was also associated with STAR India where he worked on brands such as Star Sports, Star Movies, Star World, National Geographic, Star News and Star Vijay. He has also worked with The Times of India Group.

Kumar is a trained commercial pilot turned media professional. He has over 22 years of experience in the media industry encompassing television, print, radio and digital, having worked on multiple brands across genres.


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