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Apple has lost one its streaming service's top personnel, just a couple of weeks after TV+. According to , Kim Rozenfeld, the head of current scripted programming and unscripted content for Apple TV+, has stepped down from his position. Deadline's report didn't expound on the circumstances behind Rozenfeld's departure, but it did say that he signed a first-look deal with Apple for his production company, Half Full Studios. His page also says he left Apple this month, and that he has a "development, producing and consultant deal with Apple TV+ for scripted and documentary series" under his company.
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Rozenfeld was one of the first people from Sony TV that Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht (former Sony TV heads) hired when they. There was clearly a shift of some sort in the division after launch, though it's still unclear what that means for TV+. Now that he's exited, the service will combine its development and current programming teams under a single group of executives. Matt Cherniss, who was Rozenfeld's counterpart as head of scripted development, will now also head up the service's current scripted series team.
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