Warner Bros. Discovery is moving fast with its reorganization.Kathleen Finch, who oversee the U.S. Networks Group, has laid out her leadership team and realigned the kids, young adults and classics division following the departure of Tom Ascheim.Nancy Daniels, who was Chief Brand Officer, Discovery & Factual, will take over content oversight for the Turner networks following the departure of Brett Weitz.Daniels, who currently oversees male-skewing networks including Discovery Channel, Animal Planet and Science Channel, will look after TNT, TBS and truTV.
Corie Henson, Adrienne O’Riain, Sam Linsky, and Tammy Glover will report to her.“Nancy’s strong leadership skills, along with her track record of running multiple networks and her experience as a former producer, will enable her to mine the advantages across these networks with shared audiences,” Finch wrote in an internal memo to staff seen by Deadline.On the kids, young adults and classics front, Finch is realigning it into three groups: Adult Swim/Cartoon Network, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and the Warner Bros.
Animation/CN Studios group.Michael Ouweleen, who runs Cartoon Network, Adult Swim and Boomerang, will continue in that role and will report to Finch with Amy Friedman, who was head of kids and family programming at Warner.Read more on deadline.com