Zee Media, which owns the English daily DNA, announced that Rohit Gandhi who is currently heading Zee Media’s English news channel WION (as Editor-in-Chief), will additionally take over the role of Editor-in-Chief of DNA as well. Uday Nirgudkar who has been heading DNA along with Zee 24 Taas, will now continue to lead Zee 24 Taas as its Business Head. Additionally, Mrs. Shreyasi Goenka, who has been mentoring content at DNA for a while, will now take the responsibility of Content Advisor and will guide all functions of DNA. Before joining Zee Media in August last year, Rohit Gandhi had previously worked with South Asian International News for 8 years as Producer cum International Correspondent. Other notable positions held by Gandhi includes Correspondent/producer role at CBC (1 year), Producer/Editor at CNN (6 years), and other PR and media agencies including NDTV. Other appointments/shuffles at Zee In November 2015, Zee Media had elevated Pooja Gupta from deputy VP of content strategy and marketing to the head of marketing. Gupta is based in Noida and reports to R K Arora, COO of Zee Media, who was her boss from her previous role. She currently focuses on building brand awareness across sectors and verticals and advertiser-customer relationships. In April 2015, Zee Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited (Zeel) hired Piyush Sharma as the CEO of new initiatives for India and Asia-Pacific. In his role, Sharma is responsible for new initiatives like showcasing programming and content across multiple media platform including web, mobile and on-demand video.…
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