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MTV, Comedy Central head to leave Viacom

Doug Herzog, president of Viacom Inc.'s Music and Entertainment Group, will leave the company in January 2017, Reuters reported Dec. 21, citing a memo CEO Bob Bakish sent to employees.

Herzog, who oversees various Viacom channels including Spike TV (US), Comedy Central (US) and MTV (US), is reportedly leaving as part of a restructuring that ensued after Bakish was appointed permanent CEO of Viacom earlier in December.