Jennifer Feikin, director of Google Video, is leaving the company, Fortune reports. Google Video, met mostly with indifference by users, was made irrelevant, of course, by Google’s purchase of YouTube.
Fortune says Feikin, a four-year-veteran at Google, is leaving for new adventures. With Internet video red hot these days, she’s likely to have her pick of assignments.
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