Campaign India Team
Nov 14, 2018

The Printers Mysore appoints Arpan Chatterjee as head of digital

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The Printers Mysore appoints Arpan Chatterjee as head of digital
The Printers Mysore has appointed Arpan Chatterjee as head of its digital business. Chatterjee joins the group as COO from The Hindu Group. The Printers Mysore publishes Deccan Herald and Prajavani (newspapers) and Sudha and Mayura (magazines).
He will report to Karthik Balakrishnan, CEO, The Printers Mysore. 
Balakrishnan said, "Arpan would play a pivotal role in driving the organisation forward on the digital initiatives the group is undertaking. "We are looking to capitalise on our strengths as a legacy publisher to build a print and digital media business for the 21st century media consumer. Arpan's on boarding goes to the core of our transformation, where he will drive our digital business vision." 
Chatterjee said,  "I'm very excited about the opportunity to chart a digital transformation for one of India's most respected media companies. The company has a very compelling vision of its digital future and I look forward to working with all the stakeholders in bringing this vision to life."
In career spanning 20 years, he has also worked with NaiDunia, Webdunia, Dice Inc, Andale Inc and The Times of India.   
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