Campaign India Team
Sep 03, 2012

Sujoy Ghosh puts in his papers at BCCL; Joy Chakraborthy returns, as director response

Ghosh to turn entrepreneur; Chakraborthy’s second stint at Times Group

Sujoy Ghosh puts in his papers at BCCL; Joy Chakraborthy returns, as director response

Sujoy Ghosh, director - response, Bennett Coleman and Co. Limited (BCCL), which runs The Times of India Group of publications, has put in his papers. Ghosh confirmed his move to Campaign India.

Returning to BCCL for a second stint will be Joy Chakraborthy, who moves in place of Ghosh as director - response. A Times Group official confirmed this move, while Chakraborthy remained unavailable for comment.

Chakraborthy’s previous stints include those as CEO at TV Today Network (since December 2011) and as ED – revenue and niche channels at Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited (since 2005). He also served at BCCL earlier, making this his second stint at the company.

Ghosh is set to embark on an entrepreneurial venture later this year, details of which are yet to be announced. In his last role as director - response, Ghosh headed the West region for The Times of India's response team. He was a key member of the core team reporting to Dr Bhaskar Das, president.

Ghosh joined BCCL in 1990, left after a stint of around two years, and rejoined in 1993-’94. He has remained with the company since, cumulatively spending around two decades there.

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