Warner Bros.’ Kevin Tsujihara Says ‘Diversity is Good for Business’

Kevin Tsujihara Warner Bros.

chairman and chief executive used his Visionary Leadership award at the U.S.-China Entertainment Gala Dinner to make an impassioned statement in favor of diversity in the workplace.He received the award Tuesday night in Los Angeles on the sidelines of the 2018 U.S.-China Entertainment Summit.The first Asian-American to head a major Hollywood studio, he said that Warner Bros is “recognizing the importance, value and power of diversity in our content and our people.”Citing the box office success of U.S.-Chinese co-production “The Meg” and “Crazy Rich Asians,” with its all Asian cast, he said: “diversity not only feels good, it is good for the bottom line.”“To maintain our relevance and pour creative excellence we need to work with new voices to tell new stories, stories that reflect a global perspective, from the faces we see on screen to

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