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CBS Sports' Jason Kint Announces He Is Leaving After More Than Six Years

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CBSSports.com Senior VP & GM JASON KINT announced this morning on his Twitter feed that he is leaving the post after more than six years. Kint played a key role in many important events in digital sports media including the rise of March Madness On Demand before it was taken over and rebranded by Turner Sports, the record-setting live streaming of Super Bowl XLVII in February, regular streaming efforts for SEC football and basketball and The Masters, the opening of CBS Sports' fantasy platform to third-party developers, and the creation of a broad content and distribution deal with 247Sports.com. "I depart feeling extremely fortunate to have worked with such talented people and great content," Kint wrote on his feed. He was unavailable this morning for further comment. Prior to joining CBSSports.com in '07, Kint was SportingNews.com VP & GM.
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