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Sorbojeet Chatterjee quits TV Today; joins Neo Sports as VP – Marketing

04-July-2011
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Sorbojeet Chatterjee quits TV Today; joins Neo Sports as VP – Marketing

After almost an eight-year long stint with the TV Today Group, Sorbojeet Chatterjee has moved on. He has joined Neo Sports as VP - Marketing. At TV Today, Chatterjee was working as Head - Marketing & Special Projects. His new appointment is effective from July 4, 2011.

Chatterjee’s responsibilities at the TV Today Group had included heading marketing for a portfolio of leader and challenger brands across television and radio, including Aaj Tak, Headlines Today, Tez, Dilli Aaj Tak and Oye (104.8 FM). Additionally, he was responsible for heading special projects for the network.

Chatterjee has specialised in Brand Management, Sponsorship Marketing, Strategic Planning, Interactive Marketing, Tie Ups and Alliances, Project Management for Broadcasting.

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