Campaign India Team
Dec 03, 2019

ABP News Network makes changes to ABP Live team

Star's Vijay Jung Thapa joins as chief digital officer; Ramakrishnan Laxman (digital media head), Allen Sharma (head - digital revenues) and Tushar Banerjee (head - digital content strategy) also join the network

ABP News Network makes changes to ABP Live team
ABP News Network has made four new appointments for its digital platform - ABP Live.
 
Vijay Jung Thapa has been appointed as chief digital officer. He was previously head of content at Hotstar.
 
Ramakrishnan Laxman has been elevated as digital media head. He has been with the organisation for the last 11 years. 
 
Allen Sharma has joined the company as head - digital revenues. He moves from Times Network where he was GM and sales head (North East) for Times Now, ET Now and Mirror Now. 
 
Tushar Banerjee has been given the mandate to head digital content strategy. Banerjee was previously with NDTV.  
 
Avinash Pandey, CEO, ABP News Network, said, “In an ever-growing digital era, it is crucial to evolve and keep up with the market pace. The main aim of this decision is to empower our workforce to revolutionise digital news through innovation. This digital push will also help us tap newer audiences and overall maximize the potential of our content. Through this step, we aim to elevate our intellectual property to create ground-breaking, viewer-driven content.”
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Campaign India

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