Campaign India Team
Jun 27, 2008

Jupiter Entertainment rejigs senior management team

Jupiter Entertainment Ventures, the parent company of Radio Indigo 91.9 FM and The Bengaluru Pages magazine, has announced important changes in the senior management team. K Sanjay Prabhu, chief operating officer - Radio Indigo and publisher - Bengaluru Pages has been elevated to the position of managing director.

Jupiter Entertainment rejigs senior management team

Jupiter Entertainment Ventures, the parent company of Radio Indigo 91.9 FM and The Bengaluru Pages magazine, has announced important changes in the senior management team. K Sanjay Prabhu, chief operating officer - Radio Indigo and publisher - Bengaluru Pages has been elevated to the position of managing director.

Jayyant Bhokare has been appointed as the chief operating officer - media, events and contract marketing. Prior to joining JEV, Bhokare was VP - business development at Adlabs Films where he developed several business verticals - Big Street, Big Reach and worked on international expansion. He has also worked with Star India, Radio City, Bennett & Coleman Co and Tata Press.

On Bhokare’s appointment, Prabhu said, "I'm delighted to welcome Jayyant on board. Radio Indigo has consistently built on a distinct, affluent and an upmarket audience base. With programming innovations and customized solutions for clients, Indigo has made it to Elle’s Hot 100 of 2007. The Bengaluru Pages with a superior editorial team is by far the most qualitative peek into Bangalore. Jayyant’s entry into the team will further strengthen our potential and elevate the brands to the next level."


 

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Campaign India

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