Publicity Exec David Hyde Leaves DC Comics

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David Hyde, DC's vice president of publicity, has left the company, Newsarama has confirmed.

Hyde first joined DC Comics in 2003 as "director of publicity," and was promoted to vice president four years later, overseeing the publisher's PR campaigns. The past year has been especially fruitful for DC in terms of media coverage, between the launch of The New 52 revamp and the announcement of Before Watchmen.

Reports state that it was Hyde's decision to leave. Time Warner, DC's parent company, is currently advertising his former position.

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