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Dish TV India appoints Arun Kapoor as CEO

25-November-2015
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Dish TV India appoints Arun Kapoor as CEO

Dish TV India has announced the appointment of Arun Kumar Kapoor as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Key Managerial Personnel. Bringing with him more than 32 years’ experience, of which 16 years have been in senior management positions, Kapoor has worked with major global and Indian brands like Gillette, Pepsi, Luxor, Airtel and Hutch.

Kapoor is also a seasoned Media industry executive having led Zee Turner, Big TV DTH, Media Pro and Taj TV for around 9 years. His rich experience in various management, marketing and sales related functions has helped evolve a wide bandwidth of brands.

Prior to joining Dish TV, Kapoor was the CEO of Taj Television handling the subscription revenues of Zee and Turner Channels. He holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai. He is known for his strong people orientation and aggressive leadership style.

Jawahar Goel, CMD, Dish TV India Limited, while welcoming Kapoor on board said, “Arun brings a depth of business experience that will be a perfect complement to the expertise of Dish TV in the DTH industry. His business acumen will enhance our ability to deliver consumer oriented services while also increasing stake holder’s value.”

Kapoor, on his appointment as the CEO of Dish TV, said, “I am delighted to have the opportunity to lead Dish TV at this important stage in its journey and look forward to working with the Dish TV team to ensure that the Company delivers as per its strategic business objectives.”

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