Priya Dogra, President of Warner Media for Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific, announced the promotion of Barbara Salabi, CEO of Warner Bros. Italy, to the position of Regional Director for Italy, Spain and Portugal.
Salabè joined Warner Bros. In 2011 in the Italian lead role after launching giant Stage Entertainment in the production of European musical theater in Italy, and he was tasked with launching WarnerMedia’s Turner Broadcasting Italy channels in Italy, among other roles. Management.
In Italy, he oversaw all activities of the World Bank in Italy, including theatrical and home video production, marketing and distribution of local language films and studios, television distribution, consumer products, digital distribution, and entertainment. Interactive. WB. It also runs Sony premieres in Italy.
In addition to Italy, a similar vigilance will now be exercised in Spain and Portugal as well.
Dogra said in a statement that Salabè “has created great value for the company through its continuous growth.” Dogra emphasized that “his exceptional creative talent has allowed him to develop and consolidate the Italian film production, which over the years has seen many successful titles.”
The unusual photos that Warner Bros. co-produced in Italy include Penelope Cruz by veteran writer Emmanuel Crealees, star of “The Immensità”, and young and attractive director Andrea de Sica “Non Mi Uccidere” with Alice Pagani, which made a sensation. In the Italian Netflix original series “Baby”.
Salabè’s expanded role is part of a recent reorganization of the WarnerMedia EMEA team, which now sees Polly Cochran as the regional director in the UK and Ireland; Iris Nobloch is responsible for France, Benelux, Germany, Austria and Switzerland; Pierre Branco is from Central and Eastern Europe, Nordic countries, the Middle East, Turkey and Africa.
The WarnerMedia reorganization follows an announcement in August that WarnerMedia is streamlining Warner Bros.’s international operations. HBO and Turner are under the direct leadership of Gerhard Zeiler, Director of WarnerMedia International, who reports to Dogra.