(May 10, 2006 - Burbank, CA) – Andrea Marozas has been named Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications, Theatrical, Warner Bros. Entertainment, it was announced today by Susan Fleishman, Executive Vice President, Corporate Communications, Warner Bros. Entertainment. In her new position, Marozas will be responsible for providing communications support on a worldwide basis to Warner Bros. Entertainment’s global theatrical operations (production, distribution, marketing and executive), including overseeing trade, consumer and business press as they pertain to filmmakers, production deals, industry issues and trend stories. Marozas will report to Fleishman, but will work closely on a day-to-day basis with the presidents of Warner Bros. Pictures and their teams. “With a breadth of experience that spans the theatrical and corporate arenas, Andrea is not only a respected communications professional in the business and entertainment communities, but she has also fostered relationships with agents, managers and talent that will be invaluable as she oversees the corporate communication efforts of the company’s theatrical businesses,” said Fleishman. “She is the perfect complement to the executives who handle the Studio’s consumer film publicity.” Marozas has spent the past three years as a communications and marketing consultant through her own Publicity Resources/PR, with clients ranging from Hollywood studios and production companies to arts organizations. Prior to that, she served as Senior Vice President, Communications at Walt Disney Studios, where she was the primary corporate communications executive for the company and a chief media contact for the studio’s motion picture labels--including Touchstone Pictures, Hollywood Pictures and Walt Disney Pictures--as well as for other divisions, including Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Walt Disney Television Animation and Buena Vista Music Group. Before Walt Disney Studios, she joined International Creative Management, where she was Vice President, Worldwide Communications, managing publicity, advertising programs and client crisis communications for the talent and literary agency. Prior to ICM, Marozas served as Vice President/Communications Director at Creative Artists Agency, overseeing all internal and external communications for the talent agency. Marozas joined CAA from Philips Media, where she handled corporate communications and served as the corporate spokesperson for PolyGram’s New Media startup, a division of Philips Electronics NV. Prior to this, she held positions at various public relations agencies, including Bender, Goldman & Helper Public Relations and Ruder Finn Public Relations, having started her career at Burson-Marsteller Public Relations as an account representative. Marozas holds a bachelor’s degree in American studies from Smith College.
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