Former DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson has exited her role as Head of Operations & content for the streaming service Quibi. First reported by NBC News' Dylan Byers, Nelson is "one of a few Quibi folks to leave the company within a year or so after joining."
"Diane Nelson has been a valued member of the team, helping us build a strong organization full of exceptional people," said Quibi co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg in a statement. "We wish her well and support her as she focuses on other priorities, and thank her for her many contributions to Quibi."
Quibi was originally announced to launch in 2019, but current estimates peg it for a April 2020 debut.
Newsarama first reported on Nelson's hiring at Quibi back in December 2018.
Previous to Quibi, Nelson served as DC's president for nine years. During her tenure, Nelson oversaw the linewide "New 52" and "Rebirth" initiatives, and DC's move from New York City to Burbank, California. In addition to those duties, she was also Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's Chief Content Officer and supervised Warner Bros Consumer Products.