US personal video recorder pioneer TiVo is looking for a new president as well as a chief executive, after TV veteran Marty Yudkovitz announced that he was leaving the company.
Company co-founder and chairman Michael Ramsay said two weeks ago he was stepping down as chief executive.
The news follows concerns over TiVo's business model. The company has relied on a relationship with US satellite broadcaster DirecTV, but it has recently announced a competing personal video strategy of its own.
Earlier this week, TiVo invited independent software developers to come up with new applications such as music and photo services and advanced programme guides to add to its service.
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