The Globe and Mail's James Bradshaw reports:
"With a shakeup in its senior ranks, Bell Media is seeking to be more agile with a leaner executive team and cleaner reporting structure as it adapts to a period of rapid change for the industry.
"Gone are Phil King, the influential president of CTV, sports and entertainment, and three other senior figures who oversaw television and radio. Arriving in their place is Randy Lennox, a well-connected figure from the entertainment business, to a new role leading production, radio and local TV.
"The restructuring lets Bell Media president Mary Ann Turcke, an engineer by training with a background in sales and field operations, put her stamp on the division. It streamlines management by giving her direct reporting lines to key figures who previously worked for Mr. King, and shuffles out some of those who were closest to her predecessor, Kevin Crull."