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  • Warner Bros.' Bruce Rosenblum: 'Obviously, I'm disappointed'

    Bruce Rosenblum, president of Warner Bros. Television Group, was surprised to learn over the weekend that he was not getting the top entertainment job at the legendary Burbank studio. Instead, the role is going to the studio's digital guru, Kevin Tsujihara.
  • At Warner Bros., new CEO's first task is to bring peace to studio

    At Warner Bros., new CEO's first task is to bring peace to studio
    In taking the reins of Warner Bros., one of Kevin Tsujihara's first tasks will be returning calm to a studio that has been racked by divisions and infighting. Although Warner was Hollywood's No. 1 supplier of television shows, No. 1 in the home video...

    Disney video games unit lays off about 50 workers

    Disney video games unit lays off about 50 workers
    Walt Disney Co.'s video game division laid off about 50 staffers Tuesday from several locations on the same day that it closed the Austin, Texas, studio that produced its "Epic Mickey" titles. The layoffs were separate from the people who lost their...

    Umami Burger to open in former Papoo's Hot Dog Show stand in Burbank

    Umami Burger to open in former Papoo's Hot Dog Show stand in Burbank
    In its quest for total world domination through savory meat and fluffy buns, Umami Burger has announced that it will open a branch of its popular SoCal burger chain in Burbank during the first half of this year. The restaurant will be located in the old...

    Major shake up at NBCUniversal with latest reorganization

    Major shake up at NBCUniversal with latest reorganization
    In a dramatic reorganization at NBCUniversal, respected programmer Bonnie Hammer has been promoted to lead the company's entire cable entertainment portfolio -- the most lucrative division, which generates approximately 50% of the media giant's...