I wonder who will leave for CTV next?!?

CBC sports boss Nancy Lee quits
TORONTO (CP) – CBC Sports executive director Nancy Lee is leaving the network to head up the broadcast operation for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
She has been named chief operating officer of Olympic Broadcast Services (OBS) Vancouver.
OBS is a Swiss-based agent of the International Olympic Committee responsible for delivery of broadcast feeds from the Games.
Lee has been with the CBC for nearly 20 years, working in radio news and current affairs in Toronto and Quebec City before making the move to CBC Sports in 1996. She was appointed head of the sports operation in 2000.
CBC says it will begin looking for Lee’s successor immediately. David Masse has been named acting executive director of CBC Sports. He has been with CBC for 22 years.
CTV outbid CBC for the rights to the 2010 Games and the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.