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Fox Broadcasting chairman Kevin Reilly calls it quits
MUMBAI: Fox Broadcasting chairman Kevin Reilly has said that he will depart the company by the end of next month.
He said, “21st Century Fox is a great company that has provided me with choice seats at the head table of pop culture over two very rewarding stints both at FBC and FX, and I am grateful to have benefitted from the leadership of Peter Rice, Chase Carey and Rupert Murdoch.
“Peter and I have been discussing this transition for a while, and now with a robust new slate of programming for next season and strength in the FBC ranks, it felt like the timing was as right as it could be. I couldn’t be more thankful to my team – a group of creative, tireless and fun people whose fellowship I will miss.”
Fox Networks Group chairman, CEO Peter Rice said, “Kevin’s undeniable creative gift and passion for talent have left an indelible mark on our company, and we’re extremely grateful to him for his leadership, beginning with ‘The Shield’ and ‘Nip/Tuck’ at FX and continuing through ‘Glee’, ‘New Girl,’ ‘The Following’, ‘Sleepy Hollow’ and ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ at Fox. Kevin and I have been discussing his desire for a new challenge for some time, so while everyone at the network will miss his enthusiasm for adventurous television, we all respect his decision and agreed that after the upfront presentation was the right time. I’m personally extremely grateful to Kevin for his partnership during the past five years and look forward to working with him again in the future.”
During the transition period, before naming a replacement, Reilly’s senior executives will report to Rice.