(April 17, 2001 - Burbank, CA) - Jeff Nagler has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Studio Services and Administration, Warner Bros. Studio Facilities, it was announced today by Jon Gilbert, President, Warner Bros. Studio Facilities (WBSF). Nagler moves up from Senior Vice President, Business Affairs, Warner Bros. Studio Facilities. In addition to his business affairs responsibilities, Nagler now assumes oversight and management of the food services, office services and studio maintenance departments as well as the VIP Tour and the studio protection group. Based in Burbank, Nagler continues to report to Gilbert. “The day-to-day administration of a studio the size of ours is an immense task,” said Gilbert. “Over the years, Jeff has shown very sound judgement and has been an integral partner with the many businesses that comprise our facilities operation. I am grateful to have Jeff’s in-depth knowledge of the Studio and the Studio’s personnel to rely on.” Prior to this promotion, Nagler served as Senior Vice President, Business Affairs, Warner Bros. Studio Facilities, a post he had held since 1996. For the six years prior, he was Vice President, Legal and Business Affairs for WBSF, having joined the studio in 1987 after serving as a labor attorney at Buchalter, Nemer, Fields & Younger. Nagler is a graduate of State University of New York at Binghamton and UCLA School of Law. Warner Bros. Studio Facilities oversees of the foremost motion picture and television production and post-production operations in the world. The 110-acre lot and the 35-acre ranch is home to every production-related service imaginable, including 35 soundstages, seven dubbing stages, two state-of-the-art scoring stages, two ADR stages, one Foley stage, and 179 traditional and 35 digital editing rooms. WBSF is also responsible for all of the support services that keep the studio running on a day-to-day basis, from the fire department to food services to the mailroom.
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