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Radio City’s Sandeep Sharma moves to Times Global Broadcasting

10-June-2005
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Radio City’s Sandeep Sharma moves to Times Global Broadcasting

Radio City’s National Sales Head, Sandeep Sharma, has been roped in by Times Global Broadcasting as its Ad Sales’ Vice-President and Head. His exit from the radio channel comes close on the heals of Radio City’s East and West Region’s Head, Rajesh Chakrabarti decision to move on.

At Times Global Broadcasting, Sharma’s role will involve in leading and driving the entire ad sales function, where he would also be a member of the company’s senior management team.

On his new role, Sharma said, “I am very excited to take on this new assignment as Times and Reuters are the biggest names in news in India and worldwide, and to be involved from the start-up stage promises to be an awesome experience.”

Sharma has 15 years of experience in various marketing and advertising function. Before Radio City, he has worked with Lakme, Wipro, Lowe Lintas and Contract (JWT).

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