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Monica Tata appointed Managing Director of HBO India

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Monica Tata appointed Managing Director of HBO India

Monica Tata has been appointed as Managing Director of HBO India. Tata joins the leading home entertainment network with immediate effect and will be based in Mumbai and report to Jonathan Spink, CEO, HBO Asia.

She will be responsible for introducing and developing various initiatives to enhance the company’s offerings in India and its sub-continent, including providing strategic direction and managing partner relationships.

“We are pleased to have Monica join the HBO Asia family. With Monica’s experience in the industry and her familiarity with our brand and channels, she is the ideal candidate to develop and grow HBO’s brand and market share in South Asia,” said Jonathan Spink.

Tata has over 23 years of media experience and was most recently the General Manager, Entertainment Networks, South Asia for Turner International India, where she was responsible for steering and overseeing all network initiatives across Turner’s entertainment brand portfolio in South Asia. Prior to that, she had served at Star Television, Mid Day Publications and Sunday Mail.

On joining HBO India, Tata said, “I am excited to join the HBO Asia family as I love the brand and this is an exciting opportunity for me.” 

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