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Nachiket Pantvaidya quits Disney

08-June-2007
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Nachiket Pantvaidya quits Disney

Nachiket Pantvaidya, Executive Director-Production and Programming, Walt Disney Television International (India), has decided to move on. As per the sources confirmed, Pandvaidya is likely to move to BBC.

An official communiqué quoted, “Nachiket has decided to move on and pursue other opportunities. We wish him all the luck for his new venture.” Further confirming, the communiqué informed that Pantvaidya had submitted his papers even before the announcement of Antoine Villeneuve being appointed as Senior VP and MD for Walt Disney Television India had been made.

Pantvaidya had joined Disney in 2004. Prior to that, he was with SET India where he worked as VP-Sales and Marketing.

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