AMC Networks COO Ed Carroll to Step Down After 34-Year Run

AMC Networks COO Ed Carroll to Step Down After 34-Year Run
AMC Networks said on Tuesday that COO Ed Carroll would leave his post at the end of the year, ending a 34-year tenure with the company behind such cable channel brands as The Walking Dead home AMC and streaming services such as AMC+, Acorn TV and Shudder.

His departure at the end of his current employment contract term follows the August news that his long-time boss Josh Sapan was exiting as president and CEO after 26 years to become executive vice chairman. Former Showtime Networks CEO Matthew Blank took over as interim CEO while the company searches for a full-time successor.

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