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Network18 appoints Subha Chatterjee as Group Editor – Special Projects

12-December-2015
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Network18 appoints Subha Chatterjee as Group Editor – Special Projects

Network18 has announced the appointment of Subha Chatterjee as Group Editor – Special Projects. This is his second stint with the company, after a period of seven years. In the new role, he will drive special interest and customized properties across all platforms which help organizations connect with their target customers, trade and influencers in an innovative way. 
 
Girish Naik, Chief Human Resources Officer, Network18, said, “I am pleased to welcome Subha to Network18 Group. Not only does he bring with him extensive experience in broadcast media, but he also excels in strategic and creative leadership which I believe will help in steering key projects within the group.” 
 
Prior to the new assignment, Chatterjee was the Senior Editor and National Head - Special Projects at Times Network where he played a pivotal role in creating multiple revenue streams across programming genres through unique customized conversations, contributing significant revenue to the Network. He has over 15 years of award. 
 
Commenting on his new role, Chatterjee said, "I am delighted to take on the new role with Network18. The world of branded and new media content will open up a world of exciting opportunities and Network18 with its unique content offerings across platforms will be an exciting hub for new ideas and conversations”. 
 

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