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Walt Disney Studios President Mark Zoradi resigns

Mark_Zoradi_hi In a continued housecleaning at Walt Disney Co., studio distribution veteran Mark Zoradi is leaving the company after 29 years.

The departure of Zoradi, president of Disney's motion pictures group, follows the ousting of his former boss, Disney Studios Chairman Dick Cook and Miramax Films President Daniel Battsek.

The studio is being remade under Cook's successor, Rich Ross, who was formerly president of Disney Channels Worldwide.

During his nearly three decades at the company, Zoradi worked in the television, home entertainment and film divisions, most recently overseeing worldwide marketing and distribution for pictures made under the Walt Disney Studios, Pixar Animation Studios and Disneynature banners.

This weekend, Zoradi received the Louis B. Mayer motion picture business leader of the year award from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

-- Claudia Eller and Dawn C. Chmielewski

Photo: Mark Zoradi. Credit: National Assn. of Broadcasters

 
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Congratulations on your award!

God forbid Mr. Iger takes a hit for his own incompetence!

Any word on severance pay? He could always start a new business to build that never-to-be-dreamed studio lot in Haymarket, Va. to trump the tiny 13 acre approval at Nat'l harbor (I hear that's where the big triathlon will be next year).

Dale
Ashburn, Va.


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