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Monica Tata resigns as Managing Director, HBO India

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Monica Tata resigns as Managing Director, HBO India

Monica Tata has resigned as managing director of HBO India after a two year stint with the network, confirm industry sources.

Tata has been Managing Director of Home Box Office since April, 2013. Prior to this, she served as Vice President and Deputy General Manager of Entertainment Networks-South Asia at Turner International India Private Limited. She quit Turner International India in November, 2012. She served in the capacity of general manager, Entertainment Networks South Asia, Turner International India.

She has over 23 years of media experience. She started her career with Sunday Mail as marketing executive in 1991. She moved on to join STAR India. She stayed with STAR India for about 12 years and moved on as senior vice-president to joined Turner International as vice-president, advertising sales, in 2004. Tata has been Honorary Secretary of The International Advertising Association since November 2012.

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