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Hotstar appoints Sameer Kapoor as VP of agency ad sales

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

Streaming platform Wednesday said it has appointed as the

He will be responsible for driving the relationship with agencies to deliver measurable and impactful strategy for clients through and will be operating from Mumbai, the company said in a statement.

Prior to joining Hotstar, Kapoor, who has over 17 years of and marketing experience, was associated with as the of brand measurement for the and markets.

********************* SPN appoints as of StudioNEXT *

(SPN) Wednesday said it has roped in as the of StudioNEXT, its independent production venture.

Chakravorty will be reporting to Danish Khan, businessheadatSonyEntertainment They both will set up the studio business, the company said in a statement.

An independent business unit of SPN, StudioNEXT has been mandated to create original content and for TV and and will function as a for SPN media business as well as for other channels, networks and OTT players within and globally.

********************* bags Rs 555-crore contract in *

Water technology service provider Wednesday said it has bagged a contract worth Rs 555 crore from the Public Works Authority of (ASHGHAL).

For this project, the scope includes the rehabilitation of Doha South sewage treatment works using lamella clarifier, disc filter and to treat the additional sewage generated by the football stadium, which is under construction for the World Cup 2022, a release said.

The project is scheduled to be delivered over a period of 24 months, while the existing plant is in operation.

********************* BSE's commodities segment hits fresh all-time peak of Rs 578cr *

BSE's newly-introduced commodities derivatives trading platform, which offers futures trading in gold and silver contracts, touched fresh all-time peak on October 23 with the traded value logging Rs 578 crore.

The gold contracts recorded a traded volume of 1,623 lots with a value of Rs 521.49 crore and the silver contracts clocked a traded volume of 488 lots with a value of Rs 57.18 crore, the exchange said in a release.

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First Published: Wed, October 24 2018. 18:40 IST