Two more executives are joining the exodus from NBCUniversal in the wake of the Comcast takeover.
Paula Madison, 58, the executive vice president of diversity at NBCUniversal, will leave May 20, Deadline.com reports.
Also, Don Browne, 68, will leave NBCUniversal June 30, the company has announced. Since 2005 Browne has been President of Telemundo. The announcement said Browne is retiring from the company.
Madison, will leave to work for her family’s investment business, the Deadline story reports. She joined NBCU in 1989 as assistant news director at WNBC-TV and then served as general manager of KNBC-TV, the story says. She became NBC’s first chief diversity officer in 2007.
She’s the third top NBC executive named in NBCUniversal President Steve Burke’s memo outlining the company’s post-merger structure to leave the company, the story says.
Browne first joined NBC in 1979 as NBC News Miami bureau chief. By 1991 he was EVP of NBC News. Then he went in local station management at the company, joining WTVJ, NBC’s owned-and-operated station in Miami.