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ZEE appoints Bharat Ranga as Chief Content & Creative Officer

09-April-2012
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ZEE appoints Bharat Ranga as Chief Content & Creative Officer

Zee Entertainment Enterprises (ZEE) has made some key changes in its senior management. To give further impetus to its content, the company has chosen one of its most senior hands, Bharat Ranga to lead the newly created position of Chief Content and Creative Officer. Ranga will continue to report to ZEE MD and CEO, Punit Goenka in this role.

Prior to this, Ranga was Executive Director – International Operations, based in Mumbai. He has been with the organisation since 1998. His tenure with the company has seen him lead various roles including Business Head for Zee Cinema, Premier, Action, and Classic Cinema.

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