, the CEO of Los Angeles-based Hulu
, is due to leave the firm on April 1st--but Hulu has yet to find a successor, according to an AdAge report today. The streaming TV and movie service, which is set to hit nearly $1 billion in revenues this year, is one of Southern California's biggest technology/Internet companies, despite a strange relationship with its studio owners, which include Disney, News Corp., and Comcast. However, AdAge
says that Hulu has yet to appoint a search firm to find a new CEO, although the firm might be looking at internal candidates. Kilar said in early January that he'd decided to depart the company, without giving details on his ultimate destination.
posted on Tuesday, January 29, 2013