Fili-Krushel is referring to NBC News president Steve Capus, MSNBC president Phil Griffin and CNBC chief Mark Hoffman. The WSJ writes, “Part of Ms. Fili-Krushel’s job will also be keeping the peace between executives accustomed to running their own fiefs.” Fili Krushel also oversaw last week’s change at the top of the “Today” show.
But for now, she says there won’t be any more “Today”-like turmoil in the months to come. At the moment, she’s on a bit of a listening tour.
“I’m spending a lot of time getting to know everyone,” she said. “I’m still in an exploration phase.”
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