YouTube has announced that Jordan Hoffner, its head of content partnerships, is leaving the company to take up a new role at IAC. His replacement is Chris Maxcy, who until now has been heading up YouTube’s partnerships with the music industry. He’ll now oversee media and video deals as well as music. YouTube has been signing a spate of deals in recent months, particularly in the TV and film area, but also in music – as shown by its U2 webcast last weekend.
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