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Rajiv Gopinath quits Madison Media

15-March-2011
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Rajiv Gopinath quits Madison Media

It is learnt that Rajiv Gopinath, COO at Madison Media Infinity based in Bangalore is moving out of the agency. He is slated to join MediaCom in China though his designation for his new destination could not be confirmed. While Gopinath refrained from commenting but sources close to the situation informed that Gopinath would soon be leaving Madison family.

In a comeback of sorts, Gopinath joined Madison in October of 2007. Prior to that, he was working with MindShare.

An IIM Lucknow alumnus, he has over a decade experience in media planning and buying.
 

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