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ZEEL's APAC territory launches ATL Media APAC

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MUMBAI: The APAC region of Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited (ZEEL) announced the launch of ?ATL Media APAC?, a new division that will represent varied Indian and South Asian media businesses in the region for advertising sales.

?ATL Media APAC? will work with both mainstream and retail clients targeting the South Asian populations in the key markets across the region. A similar model is currently operational in the MENAP (Middle East, North Africa, Afghanistan, and Pakistan) region where Zeel has tied up with several channels including Geo TV, Imagine Movies, Cartoon Network apart from its own portfolio of Zeel channels.

Commenting on this new division, Zeel International Broadcast business CEO Amit Goenka said, ?Our APAC business is on a fast track and ATL Media APAC will help us to consolidate and add new clients into the segment. We believe this initiative will be beneficial in helping us grow the overall Ad Sales pie for the South Asia channels.?

Revealing further details on ATL Media APAC, APAC business media Sushruta Samanta said, ?The new unit will be led by Deepali Gupta, Revenue Head, ATL Media APAC, who has more than 13 years of experience in advertising sales across media in India and APAC markets. I strongly believe that Deepali, whose new role is effective immediately, is the ideal candidate to lead this new division?.

Zeel?s APAC?s region currently distributes eleven South Asian channels in the region targeting the India diaspora, apart from five localized channels for the local mainstream viewers. Zeel has an existing sales network across key APAC markets including Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Sydney & Jakarta.

Deepali Gupta from Zeel?s Singapore office added, ?The decision to launch this new division stems from the need to address the growing market fragmentation in the ethnic media space. The new service is a one stop shop for all media solutions which will help clients achieve significant results for their marketing campaigns and at best prices. We have already initiated discussions with other leading networks across media to represent them?.

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