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Chrome DM appoints Tauquir Zaidi as Senior VP, Revenue

08-April-2016
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Chrome DM appoints Tauquir Zaidi as Senior VP, Revenue

Pankaj Krishna led Chrome Data Analytics & Media, a leading broadcast distribution monitoring company, has appointed Tauquir Zaidi as Senior Vice President, Revenue.

An industry veteran with over 17 years in the broadcast industry, Zaidi has had an integral role in organizations such as STAR, NDTV Media, Times Television and Doordarshan. After expanding the market base for STAR India, Zaidi joined NDTV Media as AVP, Ad Sales, and went on to head the team for NDTV 24x7 and NDTV India. Post this, he spearheaded Ad Sales in the North & West Markets as the Regional Head at Times Television.

Zaidi will be based out of the Noida office, and will focus on growth and expansion of the organization through driving several new initiatives. He will be reporting directly to Krishna, a media veteran and the Founder & CEO of Chrome DM.

Speaking on the new appointment, Krishna said, “Tauquir comes to us with over 17 years of experience in the media industry, and he will be an important figure in our journey to become the most respected media audit and intelligence company. We are happy and excited about having him on board.”

Commenting on his new role Zaidi added, “Working with Pankaj is an opportunity I couldn’t have passed on, having followed his career over the years. Chrome DM is at an exciting juncture, poised to take the leap to the next level with a well laid out diversification plan.  As they grow their stable of products, leveraging their already established market standing, I look forward to the challenge of driving revenue growth and the excitement of working with a young, talented team.”

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