April 6, 2018
The Hollywood Reporter
. Currently serving as president of Warner Bros.’ home entertainment group, Tsujihara will succeed Barry Meyer, who will step down March 1, but continue as chairman through the year.
Tsujihara joined Warner Bros. in 1994 and in the last 20 years has held various roles within in the company in corporate business development and strategy and new media.
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