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Vikram Tanna steps down as SVP - Product & Revenue Strategy, Star India

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Vikram Tanna steps down as SVP - Product & Revenue Strategy, Star India

Vikram Tanna, Senior Vice President - Product & Revenue Strategy, Star India, has stepped down from his role. He was Product & Revenue Strategy Head at Star India, managing the Hindi movies and music and regional Hindi-speaking markets (West Bengal and Maharashtra) business. Highly-placed sources confirmed this news to exchange4media.

Prior to joining Star India, Tanna was working as the Revenue Head - Channel V & Star Digital and Business Head - V Events, and with Zapak Digital Entertainment Limited as Vice President.

Tanna has completed his MBA from University of Mumbai and Executive Education Program from Indian School of Business.



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