Two More Execs Pass Through Twitter’s Revolving Door

Twitter’s revolving door shows no signs of slowing, and the most recent employees to pass through it were head of broadcast TV partnerships Andrew Adashek and North American Moments curation team lead Marcus Mabry.

Twitter’s revolving door shows no signs of slowing, and the most recent employees to pass through it were head of broadcast TV partnerships Andrew Adashek and North American Moments curation team lead Marcus Mabry.

Darrell Etherington of TechCrunch reported that Mabry has joined CNN, while Adashek tweeted that he is “taking some time off (to) see what’s next.”

In other ex-Twitter executive news, Kirstine Stewart, who left her post as vice president of media for North American media partnerships in July, joined lifestyle and entertainment media company Diply as chief strategy officer, and she will lead expansion efforts with content creators and accelerate content and video distribution efforts.

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