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October 29, 2007 at 1:27 PM

Rex “Fimoculous” Sorgatz leaving MSNBC.com

The Redmond-based news site is losing its executive producer, and Seattle is losing one of its finer pop culture bloggers.

Rex Sorgatz said today on his Fimoculous blog that he’s moving across the country.

When I asked what’s up, and he said it’s too early to provide details, but he’s leaving to start a “media venture that includes video and community.”

(Maybe MSNBC.com won’t need as many producers since it bought Newsvine, a Seattle news site/service that lets readers choose the day’s top stories.)

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