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Sorbojeet Chatterjee quits ZEEL as Sr. VP, Marketing

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Sorbojeet Chatterjee quits ZEEL as Sr. VP, Marketing

Sorbojeet Chatterjee has quit  ZEEL as Senior Vice President, Marketing for the cluster of Hindi General Entertainment Channels, which included Zee TV, Zee Anmol, Smile, 9X and Zee TV HD channels.

Chatterjee confirmed the news of his exit to exchange4media. He will be launching his own venture in the digital space in December.

Chatterjee  leverages  14 years of rich experience from both sides of the media business – the creative side as a copywriter and the business side in Marketing and Strategy. He moved to ZEEL from DNA where he was designated as Senior VP – Marketing. His earlier stints have been with Neo Sports Broadcast Pvt Ltd as Vice President Marketing, TV Today Network as Head of Marketing and Special Projects and as Copywriter. He has extensive media marketing experience across television, print and radio brands. He is a Post Graduate in Management (Marketing) from Management Development Institute, Gurgaon and a Graduate in Mathematics from St Xaviers College, Mumbai.

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