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ZEE5 awards digital mandate to Publicis Media

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ZEE5 awards digital mandate to Publicis Media

Publicis Media has won the full digital duties of ZEE5 in India, the newly launched digital entertainment platform from zee-entertainment-enterprises_1328.html">Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd (ZEEL).
The business was won as part of a multi-agency pitch.
Group CEO Tanmay Mohanty says, “The OTT segment in India is poised for exponential growth and requires specialist expertise trained to navigate this new and emerging area. We look forward to making ZEE5 a powerful business.”
Says Archana Anand, Digital Head, ZEE5 India, “ZEE5’s language focus makes it strongly relevant to people across the length and breadth of India. We were therefore looking for a partner that could bring in the necessary digital marketing solutions and deep consumer insights to help take us across markets and quickly establish ZEE5 as the go-to digital destination for language content. Publicis has strong credentials and experience in digital marketing and understands the changing milieu of the digital and entertainment business.”

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