Ananta Rangaswamy, the founding editor of Campaign India, has died

Ananta Rangaswamy, an advertising professional and journalist, died on Tuesday. Rangaswamy was the editor of Melt, an advertising and marketing magazine and portal.

Rangaswamy was the editor of CNBC TV18’s storyboard. Previously, he was the founding editor of Campaign India and senior editor of Firstpost.com. He has over 25 years of experience in companies such as Star TV, Sony Set and BCCL’s Times Television and Times FM. He has also served as Vice President of TBWA India.

Watching from the sidelines And The Elephants in the Room: The Future of Advertising in India He wrote two books.

Industry officials have expressed grief over Rangaswamy’s loss and went on social media to share the grief. “An advertising professional, salesperson, journalist, editor, event manager, he was a Maverick and always at the top of his game. A colleague and friend whom I have known for more than three decades was an outspoken, outspoken, well-meaning man. Miss you so much #AnantRangaswamy, “says Raj Nayak, founder, happyness.me, social media platform Twitter.

“It is heartbreaking to hear about the death of Ananta Rangaswamy. An amazing person, an Adman (TBWA) journalist (former editor of Campaign India and CNBC TV18’s storyboard) and a man who has always stood up for his beliefs. He rested in eternal peace, “stated Lloyd Matthias, angel investor and business strategist.

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