Kevin Tsujihara made his first major move at Warner Bros. on Wednesday, realigning the TV division in the wake of Bruce Rosenblum’s pending departure and promoting execs in the home entertainment and digital wing that he previously ran.

Here's his letter to Warner Bros. staff:

Dear Colleagues,

We wanted to let you know that our valued colleague Bruce Rosenblum, President of the Warner Bros. Television Group, has decided to leave the Studio.

In his 25 years at Warner Bros., as all of you know, Bruce helped build one of the world’s most successful global television production and distribution operations. With his great energy, skill, creativity and vision, Bruce – and the strong team he has built around him – was responsible for some of the most popular and successful television series of all time, including “Friends,” “ER,” “The West Wing,” “Two and a Half Men,” “Two Broke Girls,” “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “The Bachelor.”

Bruce has been a vital member of the Warner Bros. family and a good friend to so many of us, and he will be missed.

Please join us in congratulating Bruce for his remarkable tenure at the Studio and wishing him great success as he embarks on the next chapter of his career and life.

Sincerely,

Barry Meyer               Kevin Tsujihara