Warner Bros. Television Group president Bruce Rosenblum will reportedly leave the company, with international TV boss Jeffrey Schlesinger and his domestic counterpart Peter Roth set to be upped by new Warner Bros. Entertainment CEO Kevin Tsujihara.
News broke over the weekend suggesting that Rosenblum will exit Warner Bros. His departure was widely expected after he lost out to Tsujihara for the top job at Warner Bros. He has been at Warner Bros. for over twenty years.
Tsujihara’s appointment was announced in January and he started in his new role, replacing Barry Meyer, in March.
Under Tsuijhara’s new regime, Warner Bros. International Television president Jeffrey Schlesinger and Warner Bros. Television president Peter Roth are expected to report direct to the new boss.
Other executives getting wider roles in the new structure include Warner Bros. TV Group executive VP, Craig Hunegs.
The studio declined to comment this morning although the news is understood to have been communicated internally.