The executive will be leaving his role effectively on July 1, 2024.

Through an internal memo, TelevisaUnivision announced that Rodrigo Mazon, Executive Vice President and Chief Content Officer for ViX, will be stepping down from his role effective July 1, 2024.

The statement reads: “Since joining the company three years ago, Rodrigo has served as an integral member of the team dedicated to building and driving the content enterprise for ViX, the first global large-scale streaming services created specifically for the Spanish-speaking world.”

“Throughout his tenure, Rodrigo played a pivotal role in shaping our streaming services, from content strategy and original production to talent relations and subscriber growth. His deep industry experience and exceptional leadership have been invaluable to our company, and we are grateful for his contributions. He stands alongside each of us, as we have made it our personal work to elevate Latin storytelling and Hispanic creators here in the U.S. and around the world through great content that wins every time – and we look forward to collaborating with Rodrigo on future projects.”

“We wish Rodrigo all the best in his future endeavors and thank him for his dedication and passion to TelevisaUnivision. As we move forward, we remain energized and committed to delivering high-quality content and engaging experiences to our audience worldwide.”

Mazón joined TelevisaUnivision back in 2021 and was promoted to his current role at ViX early last year. Prior to that, he was VP of Content for LatAm at Netflix for six years, and director of Acquisitions at Hulu.