Campaign India Team
Mar 10, 2015

Avinash Kaul appointed president of A+E Networks|TV18

Continues to be the CEO of IBN Network

Avinash Kaul appointed president of A+E Networks|TV18
AETN18 board of directors have appointed Avinash Kaul as president of A+E Networks|TV18. This is in addition to his current role of CEO, IBN Network.
 
AP Parigi, group CEO, Network18, said, “As A+E Networks |TV18 enters a new phase of growth, I’m confident that Avinash is the right person to lead the company forward. He has a proven ability to create strategic clarity, ensure disciplined execution, and deliver results. We believe that his passion for innovation will help ensure that the venture will continue its stellar growth trajectory."
 
Sean Cohan, executive vice president, international, A+E Networks, said, “Avinash brings vast media expertise, foresight and knowledge of the Indian market to the venture. Under his leadership, we are well-positioned to realize our shared vision of strong and vibrant entertainment services in India.”
 
Kaul said, "I am honoured to take on this role, and excited about the possibilities that lie ahead. Our focus will be to continue to unleash the power of globally acclaimed content with a mix of innovative programming that resonates with Indian viewers. I’m looking forward to working with the business and content teams in our journey to create India’s leading factual entertainment group.”
 
Prior to joining Network18, Kaul was CEO - TV division at BCCL, and was managing Times Now, ET Now and zoOm. 
Source:
Campaign India

Related Articles

Just Published

23 hours ago

60% of millennial, Gen Z transactions fulfilled via ...

‘The Next Normal: The Rise of the Contactless Economy' study looks at impact of a contactless world on consumer behaviour

23 hours ago

Reddit launches in-house agency to help brands tap ...

KarmaLab will offer workshops and insights for brands from Reddit users

1 day ago

Blog: Biden admin ropes in McDonald's to drive ...

The author suggests that the Government of India could also reach out to companies that have large rural outreach to help carry vaccine messages on their packaging