Top Story

e4m_logo.png

Home >> Media - TV >> Article

Times Television rejig: Bigger roles for Kaul, Trigunayat

17-December-2011
Font Size   16
Share
Times Television rejig: Bigger roles for Kaul, Trigunayat

 Times Television Network has enhanced the responsibilities of two of its senior personnel. Avinash Kaul will now be Chief Executive Officer, ET Now and Zoom, while Ajay Trigunayat will be Chief Executive Officer, Hollywood Channels. They will continue to report to Sunil Lulla, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Times Television Network.

Announcing the new organisational focus, Lulla said, “2011 has been a significant year of growth for Times Television Network (TTN). As the channels consolidate positions, it offers opportunities for talent to develop. Avinash Kaul and Ajay Trigunayat will both bring new ideas, energy and passion for TTN’s ambitious growth agenda. We wish them great success.”

Speaking on his appointment, Avinash Kaul said, “Bollywood and stocks are deep passions of India. I am delighted to have a blend of entertainment and information as part of my mandate. I look forward to ensuring that ET Now continues to consolidate its leadership as India’s premier stock market channel.”

Kaul was earlier CEO of Zoom and has previously worked with Fulcrum (GroupM), Discovery Communications, Star, NDTV Media and Sahara One in strategic and management roles.

Commenting on his appointment, Ajay Trigunayat said, “Movies Now has just about completed one year of stellar performance and I am looking forward to consolidating and growing the franchise of Hollywood entertainment for Times Television Network”.

Trigunayat was earlier Channel Head of Movies Now. Prior to joining Times Television Network, he was in the Middle East in an entrepreneurial capacity. He had also been Business Head of the Zee English Channels bouquet, besides building brands and strategies for Lintas, Contract and Rediffusion, as well as handling sales for Pepsi.

Anil Uniyal, CEO, Bloomberg|Quint, on his business objectives, the reason behind pushing back the launch of the channel and more

Oracle India believes that marketing has entirely evolved because of the change in the buying process of customers

Dennis Oudejans, CEO, AdVoice, on the journey so far, targeted AdVoice networks and his vision for the company

Aparna Bhosle, Business Cluster Head - Premium & FTA GEC channels - ‎ZEEL, on its new property, sponsors, investment on acquisition and response to BBC First

Accessible luxury footwear brand Oceedee has launched its digital-first brand campaign to unveil its proposition - Strut Your Quirk

A stylish new global advertising campaign celebrating the art of living well – the ‘Art of Savoir-Vivre’ - brings to life the heart and soul of Belmond and its global travel experiences –a world full...