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TIMES NETWORK appoints Shouneel Charles as Senior VP - Digital

12-April-2017
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TIMES NETWORK appoints Shouneel Charles as Senior VP - Digital

TIMES NETWORK has strengthened its senior leadership team with the appointment of Shouneel Charles as its Senior Vice President – Digital. Based out of Mumbai, he will report to MK Anand, MD & CEO, TIMES NETWORK.

Anand said, “I am pleased to welcome Shouneel to TIMES NETWORK. We look forward to scaling heights and claiming our rightful position as a strong Digital Media Company with this induction and other senior level interventions that we plan. Given his experience in digital media, marketing and advertising, we are confident that we will be able to better engage with the new media market.’’

Commenting on his new role at TIMES NETWORK, Charles said, “I am excited to take on this new role at TIMES NETWORK. Leading the digital practice at a network that is known for its unique campaigns and initiatives is a huge responsibility. The growing digitisation throws a huge opportunity for established brands like Times Network.”

In his previous assignment, Charles was leading the digital business at NDTV Convergence as Chief Sales & Marketing Officer and Chief Revenue Officer. He helped the media company set up a digital ecosystem, profitable internet and mobile based business.

With close to 20 years of experience, Charles has previously worked for multi-national companies like Yahoo, Turner Broadcasting, HBO, Warner Brothers, STAR TV and The American Express Bank. 

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