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Anil Fernandes quits INX Media; returns to India Today Group

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Anil Fernandes quits INX Media; returns to India Today Group

Anil Fernandes, Vice President, INX Media, has put in his papers. He is joining India Today Group as Associate Publisher. This will be his second stint with the India Today Group, where he will report be reporting to Malcolm D Mistry, Publishing Director, India Today Mega Brand. Fernandes takes charge from July 12, 2010.

Fernandes has confirmed this development to exchange4media.

He had joined INX Media as VP, Work (Ad sales), All India, in 2008. At INX, Fernandes was reporting to the Group Director, Revenue Management (Advertising Sales & New Media), INX Networks. He has 15 years’ experience in sales.

Fernandes was earlier with the India Today Group in 2000 and had spent eight years there. He was then the Senior General Manager, West & South. In his second stint, his responsibilities include overlooking the 32 publications under the Group, including Reader’s Digest.

Fernandes was earlier with the Indian Express Group as Chief Manager. He was with the Group for four years. He was also associated with the Getit Yellow Pages (M&N Publications).


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