https://variety.com/2018/digital/new...th-1202932031/

Note Other members of Management has been mentioned to leave the Internet content division of OATH

Meanwhile, Verizon this summer shut down Go90, its ad-supported mobile-video service, taking a $900 million hit against Q2 earnings mostly related to the Go90 shuttering. Verizon, along with co-owners NBCUniversal and Hearst, also sold its stake in Awesomeness to Viacom.

Along with Armstrong, two other Oath execs are set to depart in the next month, according to sources: CFO Vanessa Wittman, who joined the company in early 2018 after previously serving as chief financial officer at Dropbox, Motorola, and Marsh & McLennan; and chief communications officer Natalie Ravitz, who joined Oath in May from the NFL.

A Verizon spokeswoman declined to comment on or confirm the imminent exits of Armstrong, Wittman and Ravitz.

For now, Oath COO Guru Gowrappan whom Armstrong recruited in April is remaining with the Verizon unit. Gowrappan previously was managing director at Alibaba Group, the Chinese internet giant.