NBC Universal chief Jeff Zucker says (ttp://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2010/09/24/nbc-universal-president-jeff-zucker-step/#content) he’ll step down after cable provider Comcast takes control of the company later this year. The news came as Jonathan Klein, president of CNN, was fired and replaced by Ken Jautz, the head of the network’s sister channel HLN.

This is, of course, the same NBC that repeatedly refuses to place content on iTunes. While I’m sure this isn’t the only — or even the main issue — it is certainly indicative of bad decision making. Kind of makes you wonder, doesn’t it?

It also makes me wonder if the regime change will mean that NBC might be more receptive to Apple’s overtures? On the other hand, based on the way Comcast has ben jacking up their cable rates, the change might not be a good thing.