Warner Bros. will be the first time in its history, have a female CEO

Film company Warner Bros has for the first time in its nearly 100-year-old, a woman, has been appointed as the new chief executive officer. Variety reports that Ann Sarnoff, as she is the current chairman of the BBC Studios America.

Sarnoff will follow Kevin Tsujihara on it. It was in march fired because he is a British actress and it would have helped davis to get it, in exchange for sexual favors. The 54-year-old man has admitted to a mistake, to have gone.

Later in the summer, Sarnoff finally to its new location. She feels “honored to be in charge and to be allowed to be a reputable film production company with a long history”. The new CEO will give in a little to want to change and have a talk with the employees to make the current situation easier to understand.

WarnerMedia ceo John Stankey calls Sarnoff an “exceptional talent”, and that they were already well-established in the film industry. The company had, in earlier years, clearly under assault, because all most all high places through the men were clad in it.

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