Chairman and Chief Executive, Warner Bros. Entertainment
Kevin Tsujihara became chairman and chief executive of Warner Bros. in March 2013. He oversees film, TV, and video-game production, as well as marketing and distribution worldwide. Prior to serving as chief executive, Tsujihara was president of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, which includes the studio’s home-video, digital distribution, video-game, anti-piracy, and emerging technology operations, a post he’d held since its founding in October 2005. Tsujihara helped usher the industry into the digital age by developing innovative strategies to accelerate the growth of digital and offset the decline of DVD.
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