Judith Singer has been named vice president of licensing for Warner Bros.’ theatrical legal department, where she’ll be responsible for the licensing of film clips, stills and posters from the studio’s theatrical library.
Singer joined Warner Bros. in 1979 as a contract administrator, going on to become director of licensing for film clips and photo stills from the Warner Bros. theatrical library.
In 1997, following the merger of Turner Broadcasting and Time Warner, Singer’s responsibilities expanded significantly as the company’s library of properties grew to include pre-1986 MGM pics and RKO films, Warner Bros. cartoons, the Hanna-Barbera and MGM cartoon libraries as well as classic MGM TV pro-grams.
Singer began her industry career in television development, and later joined the entertainment law firm of Cohen and Boyle. She has also served in the business affairs and legal department of New World Pictures.