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Ron Perazza, who was promoted in December to the new position of DC Entertainment’s vice president of online, has confirmed his resignation from the company.
Bleeding Cool broke the news this morning, reporting that Perazza gave notice a couple of weeks ago after changing his mind about moving this summer from New York to Burbank, Calif., where DC Online will be based. He’ll remain with DC through mid-August.
Previously DC Comics’ vice president of creative services, Perazza is best known for his role in overseeing the company’s online initiatives, including the defunct Zuda imprint.
His promotion came as part of a massive corporate restructuring that, when completed later this year, will see the shift of DC’s administration, multimedia and digital-content operations to Burbank while leaving the publishing division in New York City. As many as 80 employees were expected to be relocated or fired as part of the reorganization, while others were elevated to new positions.