One of NBC’s key executives will leave the network after 11 years, reports the Los Angeles Times’ Company Town blog. Marc Graboff, the president of NBC’s West Coast business operations, is exiting the job, the story reports.
Graboff’s departure was announced by Bob Greenblatt, the chairman of NBC Entertainment, in an email after news leaked about the personnel move, the story says. "Lest the rumor mill get ahead of us, I wanted to let everyone know that Marc Graboff has decided to leave NBC after a long tenure in order to pursue a new chapter in his career," Greenblatt wrote.
Graboff, once the top business executive in charge of the NBC Network, lost authority after Comcast took control of the company, the story says.