Recap: The Week That Was

We bring you a roundup of the news that made headlines this past week

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Updated: Sep 5, 2020 7:54 AM
Recap

The week that has gone has been significant, particularly because of BARC India’s moves towards landing page and the various developments around the upcoming Indian Premier League.

Let’s take a look at the various key stories  of this week.

BARC India decides to introduce algorithms to mitigate impact of landing page on viewership data. The new initiative has been taken into account for the Week 34 data, starting August 22.

We exclusively reported how BCCI has failed to get the Team Kit Sponsor within deadline. This year, the Team Kit Sponsorship is expected to be in the range of Rs 200 to 250 crore for five years

BCCI also named CRED as the Official Partner for IPL 2020. This will be a three-season partnership that will see the association last till 2022.

In some key appointments, TBWA has named Namrata Nandan and Srijib Mallik as Executive Directors. Nandan and Mallik will supervise Mumbai and Delhi operations respectively.

DAN elevated Ajit Devraj and Anupama Ramaswamy as Managing Partners. In their new role, Devraj and Ramaswamy, together, will oversee the Gurgaon and Bangalore operations for Dentsu Impact.

Meawnhile, Sunita Rajan has stepped down as Senior VP, Advertising Sales, at CNN. Rajan was associated with CNN since 2015.

In some other big news, ASCI has appointed Manisha Kapoor as Secretary General. Kapoor has been part of ASCI’s Consumer Complaints Council for the past five years.

Also, ABP Group’s Aveek Sarkar has been elected PTI Chairman. Sarkar takes over from Vijay Kumar Chopra who is the Chief Editor of Punjab Kesari Group. 

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