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FMCC's workshop on Media Operations culminates successfully

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FMCC's workshop on Media Operations culminates successfully

Reinforcing its commitment to impart professional knowledge and skills to media professionals, Futuristix Media Communication Center (FMCC), conducted a workshop on Media Operations in the Capital recently.

Conceptualised and designed by Sajal Mukherjee, Director, FMCC and Anurag Batra, Editor-in-Chief, exchange4media, the programme was developed keeping in mind the changing media trends and was meant for media operations professionals in agencies and media companies. The objective of the two-day workshop was to familiarise the participants with the changing media trends and train them with the skills required to be an effective media operations professional.

The workshop was conducted with the help of professional trainers and industry experts who shared their insights. CVL Srinivas, Managing Director, Maxus; Rajul Kulshreshtha, General Manager, GroupM Team LG; Amitava Guha, General Manager, Media Marketing, Hindustan Times; Rajendra Srivastav, CEO, EDF; Arun Sharma, Deputy General Manager, Airtel; Sujit D'Souza, Vice-President, Carat; Sridhar Ramasubramaniam, CFO, GroupM; and Bashab Sarkar, CEO, Media Pros, were among the speakers at the workshop.

The two-day workshop left a very positive impact on all the participants from various organisations. Arun Varma, a participant from TV Today, said, "It is well managed with great subjects and I'm very happy that FMCC conducted a workshop for media operations people, a topic nobody else has covered."


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