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SN Sharma quits DEN
MUMBAI: DEN Networks CEO SN Sharma has put in his papers, ending his seven-year stint at the company.
He has been one of the founding members of DEN and led the company through consolidation and digitisation.
Confirming to TelevisionPost.com, DEN COO MG Azhar said, “Sharma has resigned for personal reasons. He led the company to where it is today.”
Sharma was elevated to the position of CEO in October 2011. Prior to that, he was president, operations.
Sharma has over 30 years of experience, out of which he has been associated with the media industry for close to 25 years.
Prior to DEN, he has served at Hathway Cable & Datacom as president, northern region, and Indusind Media and Communications as vice president.
He has also been associated with multinationals including Westinghouse Electric Corporation and Kent-Taylor, a part of the ABB Group during the initial phase of his career.
His areas of expertise include operations, strategic planning, business development, project management and marketing and sales among others.
He is also a member of the Task Force on digitisation set up by the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting and is a founding member and Secretary of the MSO Alliance.
He holds a Bachelors degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering and a Masters in Business Administration.