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Network 18 elevates Vishal Srivastava as Display Sales Head, CNBC TV 18

29-April-2016
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Network 18 elevates Vishal Srivastava as Display Sales Head, CNBC TV 18

Network 18 has elevated Vishal Srivastava as Display Sales Head, CNBC TV 18.  In his new role, he will be handling display sales for CNBC TV 18, CNBC Awaaz, and CNBC Bajar. This new responsibility will be over and above his current role where he also heads the government and international sales for all the channels.  Srivastava has been associated with the company for more than 13 years.

Network 18 is going through a major reshuffling with elevations, appointments and revamping of their signature English news channel-- CNN-IBN to CNN News 18. Some of the senior members of the editorial team have joined back to their roots with Network 18, while few of them in the senior management team are new. 

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