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Anuradha Sengupta quits CNBC-TV18

04-February-2013
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Anuradha Sengupta quits CNBC-TV18

Anuradha Sengupta has put in her papers as Features Editor at CNBC-TV18. Her next destination is not known.

Sengupta has also been the editor-anchor of ‘Storyboard’, the longest running feature show on CNBC-TV18 that covers brands, marketing and media. She has also anchored the weekly show ‘Beautiful People’.

In 2012, Sengupta was named as the 5th most influential woman in media, marketing and advertising by Impact Magazine (in association with AdAge). She began her career in the broadcast industry in 1993.

Sengupta couldn’t be reached for comments at the time of filing the report.

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