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  • Disney Execs shuffle positions

    Ok everyone, for those of you out there who like to know which Disney exec is in charge of what, get your scorecards ready, because there's been some shuffling recently.

    OrlandoSentinal.com reports that Michael O'Grattan has left his position as VP for Disney's Hollywood Studios, and has gone over to become VP of Operations at Disneyland, where he started his career with the Disney family in 1972.

    His replacement is Rilous Carter who was GM of food and beverage at Epcot. Carter has overseen the changes in the restaurant lineup at Epcot since 2006 and is expected to oversee some major changes coming to Hollywood Studios in the near future. Carter has been with the Disney family since 1997.

    For more on this please go to http://www.orlandosentinel.com/trave...,6941392.story
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