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Network18 appoints Joy Chakraborthy as CEO – Forbes India

14-July-2016
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Network18 appoints Joy Chakraborthy as CEO – Forbes India

Joy Chakraborthy gets added responsibility as CEO – Forbes India at Network18. He joined Network18 as President for Revenue and Business Development in May 2016 and will now be overseeing Forbes India as well.

Chakraborthy comes with over twenty years of experience in the media industry and has worked across top companies such as the Times Group, where he was Director-Response handling the biggest revenue portfolio. Prior to that, Joy has headed the Zee group as Executive Director in charge of revenues, channel placement and the entire niche channel business portfolio. He also served as CEO of TV Today network soon after the Zee stint. He has also spent his early years as Executive Vice President at STAR India for six years heading advertising sales of all the channels.

He is a graduate from the National Defence Academy with a Master's degree in marketing management from NMIMS. He has also completed Advanced Management Programme from the Harvard Business School.

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