“In another shakeup at Univision, Isaac Lee, chief content officer of the Spanish-language giant and its longtime programming supplier and shareholder, Televisa, is leaving the company as of today,” Variety reports.
The report notes that Lee described his exit as amicable.
“It follows on the heels of a CEO transition at Univision in June, when broadcast TV veteran Vincent Sadusky took the reins from Randy Falco,” Variety notes. “The company has been in a restructuring mode and is now looking to sell the English-language digital businesses that Lee championed as acquisitions to diversify Univision’s portfolio.”
Lee’s exit also closely follows the departure of Univision entertainment president Lourdes Diaz, who left earlier this month to join Stuart Ford’s AGC Studios television division.
Patricio Wills of Televisa, Univision’s Mexican partner, will take over Lee’s duties as head of content, Variety adds.