The chair and CEO of Warner Bros., Kevin Tsujihara, resigned earlier this week, after he was alleged to have used his position to get acting roles for a woman he was having an affair with. Tsujihara had been recently promoted to oversee children’s programming at Warner Media, despite apparent knowledge of his affair with an actress who worked for his studio. AT&T acquired Warner Media last year for $85 billion.
Warner Bros. CEO Resigns, Accused of Advancing Career of Actress He Had Affair With
HeadlineMar 20, 2019