Tsujihara Named President, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group

Oct 25, 2005  •  Post A Comment

Warner Bros. Entertainment has created a new division, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, and has appointed Kevin Tsujihara as its president.

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group encompasses distribution operations via home video, online, wireless, games and emerging technologies, and includes responsibility for the studio’s anti-piracy efforts. Previously, management of these operations was handled by assorted divisions of the company.

Within the Home Entertainment Group, the company has formed Warner Bros. Digital Distribution to specifically deal with online, wireless, VOD, SVOD and pay-per-view.

As part of the restructuring, Mr. Tsujihara has named Ron Sanders president of Warner Home Video. A head of Warner Bros. Digital Distribution will be announced shortly, the studio said.

Mr. Tsujihara reports to Warner Bros. Chairman and CEO Barry Meyer and President and Chief Operating Officer Alan Horn.

Before his promotion, Mr. Tsujihara was executive VP of corporate business development and strategy for the studio. He first joined Warner Bros. in 1994 to assist in the management of the company’s interest in the Six Flags theme parks.