Follows Apac VP and India head Rishi Jaitly's exit
Jagadeesh Krishnamurthy spoke with Indian publishers to understand challenges faced by digital content owners
She has previously worked with Microsoft Corporation, MTV Networks, Sony Entertainment Television and The Times of India
It's a move that can give a fillip to an industry that desperately needs it is the common consensus, finds Arati Rao
Condé Nast publication GQ has launched its online portal and a dedicated application for BlackBerry smartphones.GQ India’s online portal GQindia.com will carry daily stories, news, videos, polls and blogs targeted at the affluent Indian man.
Condé Nast India has announced the launch of premium digital offerings in the online and mobile space, with the launch of its digital division. It has appointed Maya Hari (pictured) to head the new offering. A company statement states that the objective is to "create exceptional, online experiences with cutting-edge web publishing services and innovative mobile solutions." Conde Nast's digital plans will kick off with the premiere of Vogue India's website on June 5th.
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