Vice Media has introduced that Nancy Dubuc is leaving her position A+E Networks CEO and taking up as the virtual media corporate’s leader government. Co-founder and outgoing CEO Shane Smith will turn into government chairman.
Variety first reported the day before today that Dubuc was once in talks for the process, with Disney and Hearst (A+E’s guardian corporations) confirming her departure.
Dubuc already serves on Vice’s board of administrators. At A+E, she was once concerned within the partnership that introduced Vice’s cable channel Viceland.
In the announcement, Smith described Dubuc as “better than me at everything” and mentioned that his new position will permit him to “concentrate on the only things that I am good at – content and deals.”
“We are a modern day Bonnie and Clyde and we are going to take all your money,” he added.
Dubuc, in the meantime, mentioned, “It’s an honor to join a brand with such tremendous opportunity and I look forward to growing the platform for decades to come.”
Vice says it noticed file site visitors and double digit earnings enlargement remaining yr, nevertheless it’s additionally introduced a couple of layoffs up to now yr. And a up to date New York Times file about allegations of sexual harassment on the corporate resulted in an apology for the “boy’s club” tradition and the departure of no less than one government.
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