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Shantanu Gangane quits Times Group

19-January-2017
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Shantanu Gangane quits Times Group

Shantanu Gangane of Times Network has resigned as the head of marketing of Times Now, ET Now and Zoom. Gangane’s last day in Times Network was January 13.

According to media reports, Gangane joined Vuclip on January 16 and will report to Vuclip India country head, Vishal Maheshwari.

Gangane served as the head of marketing at Times Television Network since August 2014. He was also the associate business head of Movies Now at Times Group between April 2013 and June 2014 after being the head - marketing since September 2010.

For three years, he was senior manager - marketing - MTV at Viacom18 Media between September 2007 – August 2010. Prior to that, between December 2005 – August 2007, he was the senior brand manager at Radio City India before which he was the manager marketing at Nickelodeon for 10 months between March 2005 – December 2005.

He started his career with FCB Ulka as a client servicing manager in June 2003.

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