Campaign India Team
Feb 20, 2009

Richard Downey joins Dennis Media Transasia

Richard Downey has joined Dennis Media Transasia as publishing director. Downey (pictured) will be responsible initially for driving the business for Blender magazine and subsequently for some of the forthcoming international titles and online ventures.Piyush Sharma, CEO and publisher, Media Transasia said, "We are happy to have Richard on board, who brings rich experience in web publishing and ad sales with the right blend of exposure to print, web and digital, essential for driving Dennis Media Transasia's huge growth plans."

Richard Downey joins Dennis Media Transasia

Richard Downey has joined Dennis Media Transasia as publishing director. Downey (pictured) will be responsible initially for driving the business for Blender magazine and subsequently for some of the forthcoming international titles and online ventures.

Piyush Sharma, CEO and publisher, Media Transasia said, "We are happy to have Richard on board, who brings rich experience in web publishing and ad sales with the right blend of exposure to print, web and digital, essential for driving Dennis Media Transasia's huge growth plans."

Downey has worked in the UK media industry for over ten years. Starting his career as an advertising executive on a range of technology magazines, he took on the role of publisher in 2004. Before joining Dennis Media Transasia, Downey  held the role of publishing director at Dennis Publishing UK.

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Campaign India

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