The Warner Bros. Television Group has created a new job to fit the talents of our good friend Scott Rowe. It’s senior vice president, worldwide communications.
Rowe, a 16-year veteran at the studio, worked for a long time in Warner Bros. syndication division. Most recently, since 2006, he’s had the job of senior vice president corporate communications for Warner Bros. Entertainment.
In announcing Scott’s new, worldwide position, Lisa Gregorian, executive vice president & chief marketing officer of the Warner Bros. Television Group said, in a statement, “Scott is passionate about television, he gets what we do and he knows intuitively how to generate media attention around our consumer initiatives and business objectives. We’ll look to tap Scott’s expertise in communications and longstanding relationships with the media to help us get our messaging out as broadly, effectively and engagingly as possible. We’re excited to have him join the WBTVG team.”
Warner Bros. TV has another top professional in Tammy Golihew, who’s been promoted to senior vice president, publicity, Warner Bros. Television.
Golihew, who joined the company four years ago, will be reporting to both Rowe and Peter Roth, president, Warner Bros. Television. Said Roth, in a statement, "“Tammy’s promotion is remarkably well-deserved. She has a terrific business acumen which, combined with her publicity experience and great relationships with our shows and network partners, has delivered strong results. We look forward to our continued collaboration.”