Randy Lennox has been named the new president of BCE Inc.’s media division following the departure of Mary Ann Turcke, the company announced Monday. In a press release, Bell Media said Turcke, who has been in the role since April 2015 and with the company for a dozen years overall, has accepted a new job with the National Football League as president of digital media and the NFL Network. Turcke will be based in Los Angeles, the release said. As of Monday, Lennox has moved into the lead Bell Media position from his previous role as president of content and broadcasting, where he was responsible for the CTV networks, local radio and TV assets and English-language speciality TV channels, and more. “Randy Lennox is a seasoned entertainment executive renowned for his commitment to the growth and success of Canada's media community. I am delighted that Randy will be taking the country's #1 multimedia company forward as the new President of Bell Media," George Cope, Bell’s president and CEO, said in the release. "On behalf of our team, I thank Mary Ann Turcke for her outstanding accomplishments at Bell Media and Bell Canada over the last 12 years, and wish her the very best in an exciting new role with the NFL." Bell and the NFL are currently involved in a joint appeal to federal court to reverse the CRTC’s decision banning the use of simultaneous substitution during broadcasts of the Super Bowl.