Bruce Rosenblum to Leave Warner Bros. TV


LOS ANGELES: Bruce Rosenblum is poised to exit his role as president of Warner Bros. Television Group after having been with the studio for more than 20 years.

It has been widely reported that Rosenblum will be leaving his post in the coming weeks. Many have anticipated the move ever since Rosenblum was passed over earlier this year to succeed Barry Meyer as the chief executive, which instead went to Kevin Tsujihara.

Peter Roth, who is the president of Warner Bros. Television, is expected to take on more responsibility in the wake of Rosenblum’s departure. Craig Hunegs, the executive VP of the Warner Bros. Television Group, and Brett Paul, Warner Bros.’ Television’s executive VP, are also expected to get larger roles under the new structure. Jeff Schlesinger, the president of Warner Bros. International Television, may also add additional responsibilities.