Tsujihara emerged the dark-horse winner of a three-way battle with Warner Bros. Picture Group president Jeff Robinov and Warner Bros. TV Group president Bruce Rosenblum for the role of CEO.
Even before he got to Warner Bros., Kevin Tsujihara had demonstrated his digital bona fides.
Now that Warner Bros. TV Group president Bruce Rosenblum has been passed over for the CEO job, the question is whether he will remain at the studio.
Kevin Tsujihara was named CEO of Warner Bros. Entertainment on Monday, stunning Hollywood given that he was viewed as the dark-horse candidate for the top job at the studio.
The studio chiefs will receive the DGA Honorary Life Member Award for their industry leadership.
Hollywood is a famously neurotic town, but its corporate Brahmins, nonetheless, pursue their own rules of continuity. Time Warner's decision to renew the deals of Barry Meyer and Alan Horn provides…
Barry M. Meyer and Alan Horn have signed on for another two years at Warner Bros., continuing their decade-long partnership in the top slots at the studio.
Corporate planning vet Kevin Tsujihara was appointed to the newly created post of executive vice president, corporate business development and strategy, at Warner Bros. on Thursday.
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