The door out of the executive suite continues to revolve at Univision.
The latest to go is Chief Revenue Officer Tonia O’Connor, who spent ten years with the company.
She just took on the newly-created CRO position last year with the troubled company.
Once-dominant Univision continues to take a hammering from an increasingly aggressive Telemundo.
That has led new CEO Vince Sadusky to be pro-active in making moves.
This month alone, Chief Content Officer Isaac Lee and head of programming Lourdes Diaz exited.
The portfolio of websites acquired in recent years as a signature feature of former CEO Randy Falco’s vision — among them “The Onion,” “the Root” and the “Gizmodo Network” — has also gone on the block.
Somebody get the lights.