Kevin Brockman, who joined WarnerMedia Entertainment as VP global communications in May 2019, is exiting at the end of the year.
He joined the AT&T unit after 22 years at Walt Disney Co, where he left as executive VP-global communications at Disney/ABC Television Group in charge of news/entertainment/corporate PR, as well as CSR, talent relations and events.
Brockman took the WarnerMedia Entertainment job to handle HBO, TBS, Cinemax and direct-to-consumer streaming and report to then-chairman Bob Greenblatt.
WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar ousted Greenblatt last month.
“I joined WarnerMedia to work with Bob Greenblatt and to take on the challenges he presented to me at the start,” Brockman said in a statement.
He called the launch of HBO Max “a personal highlight.”
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