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Movement out of ZEE continues, Deepak Ranjan quits ZEE

26-November-2001
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Movement out of ZEE continues, Deepak Ranjan quits ZEE

Mr. Deepak Ranjan , Senior Vice President, Sales has quit ZEE after a long innings. Mr. Ranjan had taken on diverse responsibilities including advertising sales and product management at ZEE during his stint.

In his latest assignment he was coordinating all India advertising sales at ZEE Network. Mr. Ranjan is amongst a long list of senior and key executives that have left ZEE in the last few days. As reported by exchange4media, this list includes Mr. Satish Menon, President , ZEE News , Mr. Partho Ghosh , Head Advertising Sales and Ms. Monika Srivastava, VP Advertising Sales.

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