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Sanjay Dua exits ITV Network as CEO, NewsX & CRO, ITV Network

12-May-2016
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Sanjay Dua exits ITV Network as CEO, NewsX & CRO, ITV Network

Sanjay Dua has exited ITV Network as CEO, NewsX & Chief Revenue Officer, ITV Network confirm industry sources.

He had joined ITV in September 2014, Dua’s responsibilities included providing strategic direction, creating new opportunities in the market, paving the roadmap for the overall businesses of NewsX, while also being responsible for Revenue Management and pursuing innovative revenue models for ITV Network as part of the Network’s growth strategy.

Dua has been part of many successful launches like CNN-IBN, IBN7, IBN-Lokmat, and HISTORY-TV18 at Network18, where he was CEO - Network18 News Media and managed the advertising sales of CNBC-TV18, CNBC-Awaaz, CNN-IBN, IBN7 and IBN-Lokmat and HISTORY TV18.  His distinguished career includes stints at Walt Disney and Bennett, Coleman & Company, ESPN, Sahara and Hallmark. Before joining Network18, he was the National Sales Head for Zee News Network.

Dua is a management graduate from Lucknow University and holds a management degree from Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad (MICA) .

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