After a two year stint at NDTV Convergence, CEO Sanjay Trehan has put in this papers, Exchange4Media reported earlier today. Trehan had joined the company from Indiatimes, where he had been VP (Broadband). We had spoken then about his plans for the NDTV Convergence, and this seemed to be as good an opportunity as any to get a sense of the work that has been done - both terms of products, and financial performance. We also asked him how his first year at Convergence was different from the second. Trehan told us of two new developments at NDTV Convergence: the NDTV.com site has been revamped, and they are now streaming NDTV Profit online during market hours. He also shared inputs on revenues for NDTV Active, and Convergence as a whole. Excerpts from the interview: Who will take over from you at NDTV Convergence? Trehan: I have no information on NDTV plans to do. I put in my papers only yesterday. Will you be moving to a standalone Internet company, or to an Internet company associated with a media company? There are two names doing the rounds right now... Trehan: I am going to a brand where...it's a brand that one will be proud of. Due to a non disclosure agreement, I am not at the liberty to disclose. It's a brand where one has the opportunity to make a significant and disproportionate difference. You've spent the last two years building products at NDTV Convergence - Active, Khabar, among others. After…
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