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Kevin Tsujihara to replace Barry Meyer as CEO of Warner Bros.




Honoree Barry Meyer, president and chief executive of Warnes Bros., arrives at the Annual Backstage at the Geffen Gala in Los Angeles on Monday, March 22, 2010.
Honoree Barry Meyer, president and chief executive of Warnes Bros., arrives at the Annual Backstage at the Geffen Gala in Los Angeles on Monday, March 22, 2010.
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Honoree Barry Meyer, president and chief executive of Warnes Bros., arrives at the Annual Backstage at the Geffen Gala in Los Angeles on Monday, March 22, 2010.
(L-R) MGM Co-CEO Gary Barber, President of Warner Bros. Pictures Group Jeff Robinov, and President of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Kevin Tsujihara attend "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" New York premiere benefiting AFI at Ziegfeld Theater on December 6, 2012 in New York City.
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Warner Brothers CEO Barry Meyer is stepping down on March 1, and his successor has already been announced. Kevin Tsujihara, 48, will helm the company that brought characters like Porky Pig, Batman and Harry Potter to screens around the world.

Here with more on what this means for Warner Brothers is Brooks Barnes, who covers media for the New York Times.