Ten’s chief commercial and strategy officer Sunita Gloster set to depart

Sunita Gloster, Ten’s chief commercial and strategy officer, is set to leave the company after just five months.

Gloster joined Ten from her previous role of CEO of the Australian Association of National Advertisers in August this year and was responsible for the network’s strategy and digital and commercial partnerships.

At the time of her appointment, Ten CEO Paul Anderson said: “Ten has embarked on a significant transformation plan for efficiencies, investment and growth and we are thrilled Sunita is joining Ten in this important new role for our network.”

The role was Gloster’s first within a TV company, having previously worked for the AANA, Omnilab Media and HMDG.

She also currently serves as an advisory board director at PwC Australia.

During Gloster’s time with the company, Network Ten was acquired by US media giant CBS Corporation, marking the start of a period of change for the network.

A Network Ten spokesperson said: “Sunita has decided to explore other opportunities and leaves Network Ten tomorrow (15 December).”

The news follows this morning’s announcement that Annabelle Herd was to be promoted to the network’s chief operating officer.


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