Senn Moses, executive VP of marketing for News Corp.'s Fox Broadcasting Co., has left the company after eight months on the job, according to executives. Mr. Moses had taken over the position, in April of last year, after a long search by Fox to find a replacement with theatrical marketing experience, in order to give a higher 'big-event' profile to Fox's TV programs. Before coming to Fox, Mr. Moses spent two years as senior VP of worldwide marketing for Sony Pictures Entertainment's Columbia Pictures. He also had positions at Universal Studios Recreation Group and Viacom's Paramount Parks. This season Fox rebounded with improved ratings, due in part to renewed interest in "Ally McBeal," as well as the launch of two new shows, "Boston Public" and "Dark Angel." Fox had no immediate comment at deadline.
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