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Kim Rozenfeld exits Apple following streamer launch

Kim Rozenfeld has left his role as head of current programming and unscripted at global tech and media giant Apple, Realscreen has confirmed. The move comes just over a week after the ...
November 11, 2019

Kim Rozenfeld has left his role as head of current programming and unscripted at global tech and media giant Apple, Realscreen has confirmed.

The move comes just over a week after the launch of the company’s subscription streaming site Apple TV+ on Nov. 1 in over 100 countries and regions.

Rozenfeld will transition into a first-look deal with Apple through his Half-Full Productions.

Before joining Apple in 2017, Rozenfeld was EVP of current programs at Sony Pictures Television after serving as president of Half Full from 2009 to 2011.

A&E IndieFilms founder Molly Thompson, who joined Apple as head of documentaries for Apple TV+ in April and reported to Rozenfeld, will stay on and oversee doc films and series.

The news was first reported by Deadline.

 

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