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Himanshu Dhoreliya appointed Content Head at Videocon d2h

10-September-2015
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Himanshu Dhoreliya appointed Content Head at Videocon d2h

Videocon d2h has today announced the appointment of Himanshu Dhoreliya as Content Head. Reporting to CEO Anil Khera, he will be based in Videocon d2h’s Mumbai headquarters.

Dhoreliya comes to Videocon d2h with an impressive track record and more than a decade of experience in content development, content management and channel distribution for media and entertainment companies.  Most recently, he was the CEO and co-founder of TelevisionPost.com. 

Saurabh Dhoot, Executive Chairman of Videocon d2h stated, “The expertise that Himanshu Dhoreliya brings to the table will definitely add to and strengthen our content management bandwidth. This is an especially vital role and I believe that with his extensive experience and leadership, he will bring the best for brand Videocon d2h.”

Anil Khera, CEO–Videocon d2h added, “We are very pleased to welcome Himanshu Dhoreliya as Content Head, a role that will benefit greatly from his intuitive knowledge of the DTH industry. We are hopeful that he will help lead Videocon d2h in developing innovative content acquisition strategies while maximizing the use of our services to fulfil the needs of our valued customers – all, of course, keeping in sync with Videocon d2h’s goal of being the best in the industry.”

Prior to TelevisionPost.com, Dhoreliya held positions with MSM Discovery, the joint venture broadcast distribution company owned by Multi Screen Media and Discovery Networks, as well as ESPN Software India.

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