News Corp. digital chief Jonathan Miller is out as of the end of September.
The executive, who had mixed success trying to drag a disparate range of old-media businesses into the digital age -- or, in the case of MySpace, trying to keep it there -- is apparently heading for the exit as a result of the big restructuring that will divide News into two freestanding companies.
AllThingsD first reported Miller's pending departure, which News confirmed with a press release.
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