Industry Moves: AOL's Conroy Jumps To Univision As Interactive Media President

This story was written by David Kaplan.
paidContent has learned that Kevin Conroy is leaving his post as AOL's EVP, products, and heading to Spanish-language TV broadcaster Univsion as president of interactive media. Before coming to AOL (NYSE: TWX) in 2001 to build AOL Music, Conroy was CMO for new technology at BMG Entertainment. he had worked there for eight years. Conroy took on additional duties at AOL last April, when John Burbank departed as CMO less than a year after arriving at AOL.

A memo signed by Randy Falco, AOL's chairman and CEO, praised his work on developing iPhone apps for the company and working on the CBS (NYSE: CBS) Radio partnership this past summer. No replacement has been announced. More to come.





By David Kaplan
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