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Karamjit Dua exits Discovery Networks India

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Karamjit Dua exits Discovery Networks India

Karamjit Dua head of new business and mergers and acquisitions for Discovery Networks India will be exiting the organisation in his current role. The news of his exit was confirmed to exchange4media by Discovery Networks India.

Dua was earlier Vice President, Head of Advertising Sales and Business Head of Regional Clusters, South Asia. He moved into his current role in January this year when Star’s Vikram Tanna joined Discovery Networks as Vice President, Head of Advertising Sales and Business Head of Regional Clusters, South Asia, as exclusively reported by exchange4media,  (

Dua joined Discovery in March 2002 from Zee Telefilms and has been with the organisation ever since, he was elevated to all-India Ad Sales Head, from Vice-President, Advertising Sales in 2008. He leverages over two decades of experience in the Indian media industry.


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