Craig Tello, the WWE Senior Vice President of Programming and Media Operations has left the company after 15 years of service.
Tello’s LinkedIn shows that he departed in September after rising through the ranks, starting as a creative writer, then content editor, senior media producer, editorial manager and executive editor, director of WWE.COM, vice president of digital and social content and then his last role which he got in March 2019. Tello performed several roles as VP of programming and media and led a staff of over 60 people in managing the WWE Network.
Tello also co-wrote The New York Times bestselling autobiography of Daniel Bryan in 2016, titled Yes!
He has now joined Electronic Arts as head of marketing and communications and content strategy for EA Competitive Gaming.