Rosenblum to Head Newly Created Warner Bros. Television Group

Sep 8, 2005  •  Post A Comment

Bruce Rosenblum has been named president of the newly formed Warner Bros. Television Group, which makes him responsible for the studio’s entire portfolio of television properties, including worldwide production, distribution and in a major shift for the company, The WB broadcast network.

Mr. Rosenblum, a 19-year veteran of the company, has been executive VP at Warner Bros. Television since 1999. He will continue to report to Barry Meyer, chairman and CEO of Warner Bros.

The new company comprises prime-time and cable network supplier Warner Bros. Television, syndicated producer Telepictures, cartoon programmer Warner Bros. Animation and broadcast network The WB. All the divisions will report directly to Mr. Rosenblum.

Mr. Rosenblum was senior VP of television business management for five years before being named executive VP. He came to Warner Bros. as VP of business affairs as part of Warner Communications’ 1989 acquisition of Lorimar Telepictures. He joined Lorimar in 1986 from Dern, Mason & Floum (now Del, Shaw, Moonves, Tanaka & Finkelstein), where he began his career as an entertainment attorney in 1982.

He received his J.D. from the University of California at Los Angeles and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California.