Kevin Tsujihara was named President, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) upon its founding in October 2005. He exited his role as chairman and CEO of Warner Bros. Entertainment in March 2019. An outside law firm continues to investigate the claims of misconduct made against Tsujihara.
WBHE includes the Studio’s home video, digital distribution, videogames, anti-piracy, and emerging technology operations. As its President, Tsujihara has positioned WBHE as an industry trendsetter, having made a number of groundbreaking deals in the home entertainment space. Additionally, Tsujihara, along with the heads of the Studio’s theatrical and television groups, forms Warner Bros.’ Office of the President, reporting to the CEO, to guide the company at a time of convergence of content and distribution platforms throughout the entertainment industry.
Prior to his current post, Tsujihara served as Executive Vice President, Corporate Business Development & Strategy, Warner Bros. Entertainment and before that, Executive Vice President, New Media, responsible for the oversight of all Warner Bros.’ new media endeavors. He joined Warner Bros. in 1994 as Director, Special Projects, Finance to assist in the management of the company’s interest in Six Flags.
Tsujihara received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Southern California and his MBA from Stanford University. Upon attaining his MBA from Stanford, Tsujihara founded QuickTax, Inc., an internet company specializing in applying the convenience of the Internet to functions such as the electronic filing of tax and financial data. Prior to attending Stanford, he spent four years as a manager in Ernst & Young’s entertainment division, working in the audit and merger and acquisitions areas.
In addition to serving as President, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Office of the President, Warner Bros. Entertainment, Tsujihara also sits on the Board of Directors for the MPAA, City Year Los Angeles, an education focused, nonprofit organization, the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission, OnLive, the Verdugo Hills Hospital Foundation, the Entertainment Software Association and Kabam.more » « less