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Rajnish Rikhy steps down as Senior VP, Ad Sales & Business Head-TV Today Network

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Rajnish Rikhy steps down as Senior VP, Ad Sales & Business Head-TV Today Network

Rajnish Rikhy has stepped down as Senior VP – Ad Sales & Business Head – TV Today Network. Rikhy headed the sales and revenue functions for the group’s Hindi cluster, which include Aaj Tak, Delhi Aaj Tak and Tej. His next move is not yet known.

After a double digit growth in first quarter of this year, there is no doubt that the company is well poised to exceed the financial budgets of Rs 470 crore-490 crore and dream of Rs 500 crore as per the outlined plan, said Rikhy on his exit in an internal email sourced by exchange4media.

“Keep the momentum going, and in fact, accelerate it enabling the brand /company flag fly high with respect. Please continue to contribute with high energy and ethical working standards to set new records in revenue growth. Will be pleased and happy if you all continue with the same approach and mindset, irrespective of any new assignments I take up,” said Rikhy in the mail.

Prior to joining Headlines Today, Rikhy served as Vice President(R) of BCCL New Delhi.

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