Alexi McCammond previously worked as a political reporter for Axios. Courtesy of HBO.
These are the most notable hires, promotions, and departures within the media community in the last week. For executive news updated daily, check out The Org's People on the Move.
Teen Vogue’s incoming Editor-in-Chief Alexi McCammond resigned on Thursday, only a few days ahead of her start date and less than two weeks since she was announced to take over the role. Source | Full Story
Lionsgate has named Nilay Shah to be EVP and Head of Investor Relations. Shah is a highly regarded Wall Street buy-side analyst who has 15 years' experience at Citadel, Ivory Capital and Franklin Templeton. Source
The E.W. Scripps Company has appointed Kate O'Brian as Head of News for its national television networks business, effective April 12, 2021. Previously, she spent 30 years at ABC News in ascending positions. Source
AT&T's WarnerMedia Latin America has appointed Mônica Albuquerque to head up the artistic talents area in general entertainment for Latin America. Previously she spent 21 years at Globo. Source
Nielsen announced that Sandra Sims-Williams has been promoted to Chief Diversity Officer for Nielsen. She will take over the role from CEO David Kenny, who has held both the CDO and CEO titles, since February 2019. Source
Roku has hired several Funny Or Die execs and employees including FOD’s former President of Digital Content Chris Bruss, SVP of Branded Content Production Brian Toombs, as well as a group of FOD producers, editors, and writers. Source
Tenovos relieved that John Shackleton has joined the company as Chairman of the Board. He brings 30 years of market and business experience, most notably as the President and CEO of OpenText Corporation. Source
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