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Partho Dasgupta appointed BARC CEO

09-May-2013
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Partho Dasgupta appointed BARC CEO

BARC has appointed Partho Dasgupta as the first CEO of the company. Dasgupta has had a strong background in media startups such as Times Now and Future Media, and has worked in leadership position with The Economic Times during its growth years. After an entrepreneurial stint, he was with Educomp, running their Preschool business and k12 new school initiatives.

Commenting on the development, Punit Goenka, MD & CEO, ZEE and Chairman-BARC said, “We are delighted to have Partho on board. BARC is moving ahead aggressively with its plans. Partho has an excellent background in leadership, in successful startups, in broadcast, in research, in consumer products and in other industries. He will help us put the organisation in place and roll out BARC’s services in a tight time frame.”

On his appointment, Dasgupta said, “I am happy to do another startup in broadcast and media. The Board is full of friends from the industry and I am looking forward to working with them and make BARC happen.”

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