WarnerMedia amusement faucets Kevin Brockman As EVP international Communications

Kevin Brockman wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera 

Kevin Brockman has joined WarnerMedia enjoyment as EVP of world communications. Reporting to WarnerMedia leisure Chairman Robert Greenblatt, Brockman will oversee all company and content communications initiatives international across the enterprise's portfolio of networks and brands together with HBO, Cinemax, TBS, TNT and truTV as smartly as the upcoming WarnerMedia direct-to-customer streaming provider.
Brockman joins WarnerMedia after 22 years at the Walt Disney company, most lately serving as EVP of global communications for Disney | ABC tv group. In that position, he turned into responsible for all international communications efforts for ABC Studios, ABC leisure, ABC information, ABC-owned television stations, Freeform and Disney Channels international. before that, Brockman helped launch UPN. He started his career in tv at Fox.
"With more than 20 years of communications experience on the good of the tv trade, Kevin has a special skill for overseeing assorted manufacturers that connect audiences of all ages to the leisure that resonates with them," Greenblatt pointed out. "He will be a crucial a part of the terrific group I'm bringing collectively to aid launch our unique new streaming platform anchored through the top rate content material of HBO, Turner and Warner Bros."
Brockman is also generic for his work on the board of 2NDStage, a non-income theater group committed to finding new American playwrights. He in the past served for 2 years as chairman of TPEC, the television Publicity Executives Committee, and lately achieved an eleven-12 months board term with GLSEN, the nation's leading non-profit schooling firm concentrated on guaranteeing protected colleges for all students, above all those targeted because of their sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.

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