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Interact with Sunil Lulla @Webinar on career in television at 3PM today

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Interact with Sunil Lulla @Webinar on career in television at 3PM today

The growing number of television channels in the country is opening up new career vistas in the broadcast industry. At the same time, the pressure on revenues due to the current economic situation has resulted in pink slips. Hence, there is an imperative need for upgradation of skill-sets by employees to stay relevant.

Keeping in mind the queries and requirements of those aspiring for a career in television media, as well as professionals in this industry, exchange4media Jobs and Careers is presenting a career-focussed Webinar on Google Hangout with Sunil Lulla, MD and CEO, Times Television Network, as the guest speaker. The Webinar will seek to answer the frequently asked question: ‘What is the way forward?’

To take part in the Webinar, which takes place on September 17, 2013 at 3PM, participants need to have a Google+ account.

Lulla started his career in 1985 with JWT Mumbai as an Associate Account Director. He ventured into the television space when he joined MTV India as General Manager and Country Head. His next stint was with, where he was CEO. After three years with, Lulla moved to the Times Group as CEO of Times Global Broadcasting, Times Now.

Lulla has played an important role in shaping the Indian television industry. He was the member of the team that helped turn around Sa Re Ga Ma (HMV). He also repositioned MTV India as No. 1 in its genre, besides creating a very strong programming network at Sony.

At the Webinar, Lulla will interact with each participant and advise them on how they can have a successful career in the television space. He will share his insights and also reply to the queries of the participants.

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