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WB boosts Junge at homevid unit

Exec upped to senior VP of biz management

Warner Bros. has upped Jeff Junge to senior vice president of business management for Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group.

Junge, who joined Warners in 2000, will continue to drive mergers and acquisitions for the studio’s home entertainment divisions and unify strategies across the studio’s many homevid divisions.

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