(June 14, 2011 – Burbank, CA) - Deborah Lincoln has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications, International, Warner Bros. Entertainment, it was announced today by Susan Fleishman, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Corporate Communications & Public Affairs, Warner Bros. Entertainment, to whom she directly reports. In this newly created position, Lincoln will continue to work closely with Fleishman and the company’s in-territory country managers and executives to manage press activities related to Warner Bros.’ corporate business issues, executive changes, legislation, regulation and litigation in all Warner Bros. territories outside the U.S. She will help devise and deliver proactive internal and external communication strategies for the territories and regions she represents around the world. And, she will also work with Fleishman’s U.S.-based Public Affairs team to support those activities, including philanthropy and community engagement, in the international arena. Based in London, Lincoln also serves as a company spokesperson outside the U.S. “In just four years, Deb has done a great job in establishing our first dedicated corporate communications office in Europe where she and her team have delivered some real innovations in the way we work; some of which are now regular practices in our territories all over the world,” said Fleishman. “With her new expanded role, she will be able to bring her strategic communications talents to help us to increase our support to our international businesses.” Lincoln joined Warner Bros. Entertainment in May 2007 as Vice President, Corporate Communications, Europe from Pearson Plc, where she had served as Head of Corporate Communications and Public Affairs for three years. Prior to that, Lincoln was Special Advisor to the UK Secretary of State for Trade & Industry, acting as a political and policy advisor on employment and work policy, industrial relations, diversity and equality and corporate responsibility. Lincoln was also Director of Communications for Macmillan Cancer Relief and has held several communications positions with The Prince’s Trust and The Prince’s Foundation. She also held various posts with the UK’s Labour Party, including National Women’s Officer and Head of Membership. Lincoln holds a master’s degree in European Politics from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is fluent in both English and German and has a working knowledge of French and Spanish.