Ashley Highfield has announced he's standing down as CEO of Kangaroo.
The proposed catch up service from BBC Worldwide, ITV and Channel 4 has sailed choppy waters since the former head of BBC Technology joined six months ago.
The move comes as yet another blow for project. It's currently under investigation from the Competition Commission and Highfield's departure follows that of Patrick Ugeux, ITV's director of Project Kangaroo in August.
Highfield is jumping ship to be MD and VP of consumer and online at Microsoft UK.
Highfield said: "It has been a great pleasure and challenge to take Project Kangaroo to the next stage of its journey. It is something I believe passionately in and I will remain a great ambassador for the project from afar as it continues on the road to becoming a brilliant proposition for consumers in this exciting market".