Jim Ryan Leaves AT&T/Cingular

We got a tip about this on Apr 23, but the sucky AT&T/Cingular PR never responded to our requests: now RCR confirms that the outspoken content head of AT&T (formerly Cingular) has left the company. He was the VP of consumer and business data services.

Ryan joined Cingular in 2003, and was high profile with the launches of music and video services for the company. Mark Collins, who had served as the carrier’s VP of long-term products and planning services, has replaced Ryan, the story says quoting the same sucky PR rep.

The Sprint head of content Paul Reddick left last month.