(December 13, 2001 - Burbank, CA) - Bob Pincus has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Operations, Warner Bros. Studio Facilities, it was announced today by Jon Gilbert, President, Warner Bros. Studio Facilities (WBSF). Pincus moves up from his current post of Vice President, Operations, and will continue to be responsible for overseeing the operational activities for all television, feature film and independent productions on Warner Bros. Studios’ 110-acre lot and adjacent 32-acre Ranch facility. Scheduling for all 35 soundstages and numerous exterior sets (including New York Street, Brownstone Street, Midwest Street, Downtown Plaza, French Street, The Jungle and a western town) falls under the auspices of Pincus’ department, as does audience coordination, stage and backlot maintenance and special projects. He continues to report to Ron Stein, Sr. Vice President, Production Services for WBSF. A 28-year veteran of Warner Bros., Pincus got his start at the Studio working in Studio Facilities and has since worked in various capacities including Business Affairs, Production and Operations. Prior to joining Warner Bros., Pincus served as the Director of Budget and Cost Control for Screen Gems and Metromedia Producer’s Corporation and as the Production Executive for “The Johnny Cash Show.” Pincus is an honorary member of the board of directors for the Ronald McDonald House of Los Angeles and oversees the Susan Lynn Pincus Endowment Fund. An alumnus of the University of California at Los Angeles, Pincus earned both a bachelor of arts in film and television and a master of fine arts degree.
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