Campaign India Team
Sep 11, 2019

Faye D'Souza, Times Network release statements on former's future

While she will move away from daily operations, D'Souza will now be responsible for creating and presenting flagship shows and creating IPs

Faye D'Souza, Times Network release statements on former's future
Times Network's executive editor Faye D'Souza has stepped down from her position. She is looking to go independent by creating 'content for the youth of India across platforms'. 
 
D'Souza will continue working with Times Network to create new IPs and present flagship shows according to a statement from Times Network (below)
 
“Regarding ongoing speculation surrounding Faye D’Souza’s disengagement with Mirror Now, this is to clarify that Faye continues to be associated with Times Network and Mirror Now. Having played a pivotal role in establishing a strong position for Mirror Now, Faye moves away from managing daily operations of the brand and will now be responsible for creating and presenting flagship shows on Mirror Now in addition to steering new shows, IPs and ground events for the Network.”
 
D'Souza said, "I will continue to be associated with the Times Network, creating and presenting flagship shows and IPs, but I will be moving away from the day-to-day management of Mirror Now. I also plan to work on developing new content for the youth of India across platforms in my independent capacity. I thank the management of Times Network for their support in creating a bold voice with Mirror Now. I trust they will continue to support me similarly for programming in the future." 
 
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