The Week That Was

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

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Updated: Jul 13, 2019 9:08 AM

The week gone by was marked by a series of top level exits, prominent among them being Star India’s President of Consumer Strategy & Innovation Gayatri Yadav, and Ashok Venkatramani, Managing Director of Zee Media. While the print media was in a flurry after the Union Budget announced the imposition of 10 percent customs duty on newsprint, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) issued a statement, July 8, requesting the government to withdraw the duty.  The Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) released its first separate list for Free & Pay platforms, evoking mixed responses amongst stakeholders. 


Here are some other top stories of the week gone by:

WPP proposes to sell 60% of Kantar to Bain Capital


Capital   Publicis Communications promotes Amit Misra as CEO, MSL South Asia


MediaCom’s Toby Jenner named Wavemaker’s new Global CEO


Barun Das to join Zee Media in leadership role?


Ashok Venkatramani resigns as Managing Director of Zee Media


Print Media heads call imposition of customs duty on newsprint a shocker


BARC move on Free & Pay channel viewership evokes applause, but raises some eyebrows too


Wunderman Thompson’s NCD Sambit Mohanty quits


Former Tata Communications MD Vinod Kumar moves to Vodafone Group


Royal Enfield calls pitch for media & digital performance


Gayatri Yadav quits as Star India’s President of Consumer Strategy & Innovation

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