MY FM rejigs its leadership team

By afaqs! news bureau , afaqs!, New Delhi | In Media Publishing | July 15, 2011
The senior management modifications have been executed keeping in mind the much-needed development and enrichment of the team members, who have always added to the credibility of MY FM.

The four-year old 94.3 MY FM has recently restructured its senior management team. Satyen Purandare, who till now was cluster head of Madhya Pradesh, has been taken over as national activations head and will now be based out of Delhi.

Purandare's responsibilities will now be handled by Rajnish Thapiyal, who from now onwards will also head Gujarat apart from Madhya Pradesh. Before this, Thapial was head of Rajasthan.

Taking over Rajasthan from Rajnish Thapyal is Vishal Mudgal, who till recently was head of East, Uttar Pradesh and the marketing development team (MDT).

Arti Mala Pathak, who was cluster business head, Delhi, has been elevated to the position of head, MDT Delhi, East and Uttar Pradesh.

Rahul Namjoshi has been relocated to Delhi as the cluster business head, Delhi, corporate sales, with additional charge of the South region. Previously, Namjoshi was serving as the cluster head in Gujarat.

Abhilash Dave, station head of Chandigarh, has been promoted to the position of cluster business head, Punjab.

Danny Thakur has been elevated with additional charge of the Gwalior location, along with handling his previous responsibility of being the station head, Bhopal.

Finally, Sundeep Tyagi, programming head, Chandigarh, has been promoted to the position of cluster programming head in Punjab. He will be accountable for programming of all Punjab stations, including Chandigarh, Amritsar and Jalandhar.

In an official communiqué, Harrish M Bhatia, chief executive officer, 94.3 MY FM, says, "MY FM believes that it is crucial that the team is given due credit, and moves on up the achievement ladder, along with the organisation's growth. Restructuring the teams is a step to spearhead the 94.3 MY FM brand to greater heights. I hope this change will help bring in a fresh perspective to the business challenges in all geographies."

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