Saregama India has made multiple appointments in its Music management division. The company feels that the move will facilitate its growth in the music delivery value chain. It has roped in 4 business heads: - R.Madhusudhan- He has been appointed as the Head of Digital Business. Previously Madhusudhan was working with Hungama Digital. He has also served as Head of Music and Content alliances in Radio City. - Jatin Pandit- He will be in the role of the Head of Digital Product Management Business. Pandit started as a Music arranger under Laxmikant Pyarelal and has been instrumental in creation and management of digital assets at Hungama Digital. - Divya Dixit- The company has hired her as the Head, Marketing for Music. Prior to Saregama, Divya was working with Tata Teleservices where she played a key role during the launch of TATA Docomo. She has also worked with Sony Entertainment Television, UTV Bloomberg & Channel V. - Arun Kumar- He will be the Head of Sales for Physical Music Business. Kumar was previously working with Super Cassettes Industries and has 17 years of experience in the music trade.
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