e4mrecap: The week that was

We list some of the most important stories that you may have missed in the week gone by

by exchange4media Staff
Published - Jul 15, 2017 8:20 AM Updated: Jul 15, 2017 8:20 AM

The week gone by witnessed some very major people movements. It also put the spotlight on the magic of IPL and how it is one of the most sought after brands in India today, the broadcast industry witnessed a significant development with major broadcasters out of empanelment list of DAVP due to dissatisfaction over ad rates. Also, there were several high profile developments, primarily at Ogilvy. Not only did Rajiv Rao announce his exit from the agency in order to pursue filmmaking but also, Sumanto Chattopadhyay was named Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of Soho Square, India. Speaking of Ogilvy, the agency also announced a major restructuring for new Integrated Creative Leadership by appointing six new Chief Creative Officers across regions in India. Sameer Nair quit as Balaji Telefilms Group CEO. Aarthi Subramanian was also appointed as Group Chief Digital Officer at Tata Sons:









 

















e4mSpotlight: What makes Indian Premier League 'premier'?









 

















Sameer Nair steps down as CEO of Balaji Telefilms Group









 

















As Zoozoo Man Rajiv Rao moves on from Ogilvy, Piyush Pandey writes heartfelt letter









 

















Dissatisfied with DAVP ad rates, major broadcasters out of empanelment list









 

















Tata Sons appoints Aarthi Subramanian as Group Chief Digital Officer









 

















Ogilvy India restructures for new Integrated Creative Leadership









 

















Sumanto Chattopadhyay named Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of Soho Square, India For more updates, be socially connected with us on
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