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Zee Marathi elevates Deepak Rajadhyaksha as Biz Head

08-May-2013
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Zee Marathi elevates Deepak Rajadhyaksha as Biz Head

Zee Marathi has restructured its senior level team. Deepak Rajadhyaksha has been elevated as Business Head for Zee Marathi. Prior to this promotion, he was Programming Head of the Marathi channel. In his new role, Rajadhyaksha will report to Sharada Sunder, Cluster Head, RHSM.

Rajadhyaksha takes over from Nikhil Sane, who has moved on from the channel after a 12-year stint to be part of the Marathi vertical of Essel Vision Productions, which is an internal production house. Sane will now report to Nittin Keni, CEO, Essel Vision.

Highly placed sources have confirmed the news to exchange4media.

Sane had started his career as an Executive Producer with Zee Marathi. He was later elevated as Programming Head and then Business Head of the channel.

Meanwhile, Nilesh Mayekar, who was previously the Fiction Head of Zee Marathi, has been elevated as Programming Head of the channel. He will now report to Rajadhyaksha.

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