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Roku senior VP and general manager Scott Rosenberg to step down

Scott Rosenberg, senior VP and general manager of the platform business at VoD service Roku in the US, is stepping down from his role. Rosenberg joined Roku in 2012 as VP of advertising and business development, before being promoted to his current position in 2017. In this role, he has overseen advertising, content and services, while leading and growing the platform business.
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Roku platform boss Scott Rosenberg to depart

Scott Rosenberg, SVP and GM of platform business at US-based tech and streaming service Roku, is to step down this spring. Rosenberg led both the launch of The Roku Channel and spearheaded the company’s move into content, including the acquisition of more than 75 shows from defunct short-form streamer Quibi, including scripted titles Die Hart and Most Dangerous Game.
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Roku Platform Chief Scott Rosenberg Steps Down

Scott Rosenberg, who was instrumental in launching the Roku Channel and building its advertising business, and played a leading role in the company’s initial public offering, will leave the company in Spring 2022. Rosenberg, who has been with the company for nine years and was named senior vice president...
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The Verge

Roku exec Scott Rosenberg, who helped launch the Roku Channel, is stepping down

Scott Rosenberg, a prominent Roku executive who helped launch the Roku Channel, is stepping down after nearly a decade at one of the largest streaming names in the business. Rosenberg is currently SVP and general manager of platform business at Roku, a title he’s held since 2017, according to a press release. In addition to his role in the development of the Roku Channel, which is now home to Roku’s original programming, Rosenberg created and scaled the streamer’s advertising business, Roku spokesperson Sarah Novatt confirmed to The Verge.

Roku Announces Scott Rosenberg to Step Down as SVP and GM of Platform Business

Rosenberg is committed to ensuring a smooth transition and assisting with the recruitment process, which is underway. Roku, Inc.announced that Scott Rosenberg, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Platform Business, plans to step down sometime in the spring of 2022. Rosenberg joined Roku in 2012 as Vice President, Advertising, and Business Development. In 2017 he was named SVP and GM of Roku’s Platform Business, overseeing both advertising and content and services. Rosenberg played an important role in the company’s IPO, and leading and growing the successful Platform Business.

Roku Platform Chief Scott Rosenberg Stepping Down

The head of Roku’s lucrative platform business, Scott Rosenberg, will step down later this spring, the company said Friday. In a statement, the company suggested that Rosenberg was leaving for another opportunity. “While Scott remains deeply invested in the company’s success, he’s ready for his next professional challenge and believes this is the right timeframe for him to make a change. I respect and fully support his decision,” said Roku CEO Anthony Wood in a statement. “I look forward to working with Scott to ensure a smooth transition, while maintaining our relentless focus on building the best TV streaming platform.” While Roku’s...

Scott Rosenberg, Key Senior Exec At Roku, To Exit Streaming Company

Major streaming provider Roku has announced that one of its top execs, platform chief Scott Rosenberg, plans to depart the company in the spring after a nearly 10-year run. In an announcement, company founder and CEO Anthony Wood said Rosenberg is “ready for his next professional challenge.” Rosenberg’s current title is SVP and GM of Platform Business. He has risen through the ranks since joining the company as VP of advertising and business development. Along with building a New York-based sales organization, he played a key role in the company’s IPO in 2017. A ubiquitous presence at industry conferences and upfront events,...
Advertising Age

Roku's longtime platform leader Scott Rosenberg to exit

Scott Rosenberg, Roku’s head of advertising and platform partnerships, is leaving the company after almost a decade helping develop the fast-growing over-the-top TV. On Friday, Roku announced the upcoming departure of the key executive, who is well known in advertising and media circles. Rosenberg has been with Roku, the connected TV device maker and media streaming service, for nine years and plans to leave this spring.
Stamford Advocate

Roku Platform Head Scott Rosenberg Is Leaving the Company

Roku announced that Scott Rosenberg, SVP and GM of its platform business, informed the company that he plans to step down in the spring of 2022. It’s unknown what Rosenberg, a nine-year Roku veteran, expects to do after exiting the streaming-platform player. According to Roku, Rosenberg will continue to lead his teams until his departure. The company’s Platform business, encompassing ad sales, content sales and subscription-revenue sharing, represented 86% of Roku’s total revenue for the third quarter of 2021.

Roku's Top Media-Advertising Exec, Scott Rosenberg, Sets Departure

Roku's top media and advertising executive, Scott Rosenberg, will leave the company in the spring, after a decade-long run with the streaming giant, Roku said Friday. Rosenberg, who gave no reason for his departure, will remain in charge of Roku's "platform business" until he departs, and he'll have an active role in recruiting his successor, Roku also said.

Leonardo DiCaprio In Final Talks To Star & Produce ‘Jim Jones’ At MGM; Scott Rosenberg Writing

EXCLUSIVE: In a pre-emptive situation, MGM has secured a deal for the feature film project Jim Jones, with Leonardo DiCaprio in final talks to star as the 1970s religious cult leader who was behind the Jonestown mass suicide on November 18, 1978 that took more than 900 lives. The Oscar winner will produce for his Appian Way company alongside Jennifer Davisson. MGM scooped up the Scott Rosenberg-penned script in what we hear was a seven-figure deal.  The Venom scribe will also executive produce Jim Jones.  Jones founded the Peoples Temple in Indianapolis in 1955, and hailed it as a fully integrated congregation promoting Christian Socialism. By...
Arkansas Business

Small Private CFO: Scott Rosenberg, Travel Nurse Across America

Scott Rosenberg picked an interesting time to join Travel Nurse Across America, a crucial pipeline to hospitals desperate for reinforcements during the COVID-19 pandemic. “‘Interesting’ is the understatement of the year, but I feel very fortunate,” said Rosenberg, who became CFO of the nationwide nurse staffing agency in July 2020 and has overseen finances as the firm has basically doubled in size.