Disney Online EVP Paul Yanover Exits

Departure follows ouster of Disney Interactive Chief Steve Wadsworth

The overhaul at Disney's online and interactive divisions continued with the departure Friday of Executive Vice President Paul Yanover.

Yanover had overseen Disney.com and constellation of family sites such as Kaboose.com and iParenting.com. In addition, he has helped manage online products such as Disney's Toontown Online and Club Penguin.

He will leave the company in January after 16 years at Disney. 

Yanover's exit comes on the heels of the ouster of Disney Interactive Chief Steve Wadsworth last September. In an additional bit of house cleaning, video game unit, Graham Hopper. 

"I am so proud of the enormous accomplishments we have made together in such a short period of time — it is hard to believe how much has happened in these past few years including a total re-launch of Disney.com and the building out of our Mom’s network, to significant growth in business results — we have made a huge impact," Yanover wrote in an email to staff obtained by the Los Angeles Times. 


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