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Asianet News ropes in Kaushik Ghosh as CEO

17-November-2015
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Asianet News ropes in Kaushik Ghosh as CEO

In a recent development, Asianet News has appointed Kaushik Ghosh as CEO of the company’s news channel. Prior to this appointment, Ghosh spent two years as VP (Bengali Magazines) at ABP Magazines, which include Unish Kuri, Anandalok, Anandamela, Desh and Sananda.

Ghosh joins the Asianet network with an experience spanning over 20 years in sales, marketing and regulatory, across various industries. He has also worked with Times Television Network, where he was Business Head for ET Now and Times Now.

Prior to joining Times Television Network, he was associated with Star India as Cluster Head for ad sales, for their regional channels Star Pravah, Star Jalsha and Jalsha Movies.

Previously, he has worked with ENIL (Radio Mirchi), where his last assignment was as EVP and National Sales Head. He has also had stints with HCL Frontline and Asian Paints.

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