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NBC Veteran Will Lead Communications at Warner Bros TV Group

Bessie LiuNews
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Rebecca Marks is leaving NBC Universal to become EVP, Publicity, and Communications at Warner Bros TV Group. Image Source: Shutterstock.

After more than three decades at NBC and 17 years as its EVP Publicity, Rebecca Marks is leaving the company to become EVP, Publicity, and Communications at Warner Bros TV Group. Marks will report to Warner Media Studios and Network Group Global Communication Chief, Johanna Fuentes, effective June 1st.

“Rebecca and I have either worked together or run in the same circles for over 20 years and, simply put, she is one of the best communications executives in our business. Period,” Fuentes said in a statement. “Her legacy at NBC speaks for itself, where she made an indelible impact over a brilliant three-decade run.”

Marks joined NBC in 1984, she was at the company during its merger in 2004, when it became NBC Universal, and has since served as its EVP Publicity for the past 17 years.

“Rebecca is an incredible communications executive and I’m delighted that she will be joining us to head up publicity for the Warner Bros Television Group,” Marks said.

In her new role, Marks will oversee business communications, campaigns, and PR.

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