Campaign India Team
Aug 20, 2021

BARC's CEO Sunil Lulla resigns

Had joined the television measurement body in October 2019

BARC's CEO Sunil Lulla resigns
Sunil Lulla, chief executive officer, BARC (Broadcast Audience Research Council) India has resigned from his position according to several media reports.
Lulla took over from Partho Dasgupta in October 2019 after a stint with Balaji Telefilms. He's been in charge of the industry body during the ongoing #TRPScam which has led to the measurement of ratings of news channels being paused.
He has also worked with Grey Group India, Bennett & Coleman Co., Times Network, Sony Pictures India,, Diageo and United Distillers among others in a career spanning close to 30 years.
Campaign India reached out to Lulla for a comment but is yet to receive a response from him. 
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