Greenblatt served as chairman of WarnerMedia entertainment, while Reilly was the chief content officer for the company’ HBO Max streaming service, which launched in late May. Reilly also served as president of TNT, TBS, and truTV, while Cocozza was the executive vice president of corporate marketing and communications.
Deadline reported that the trio will be exiting the company while Warner Bros. chief Ann Sarnoff takes oversight of all network, film, TV studio, and streaming assets, effectively making her head of all content for the company. The changes will also include expanded responsibilities for HBO’s president of programming, Casey Bloys, who will handle original content for HBO Max, TNT, TBS, and truTV. Andy Forssell, HBO Max’s general manager, will now lead an operating business unit for the platform.