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(May 4, 2001) -- On the eve of the upfront, Julie Kantrowitz has stepped down as exec VP of media sales for AOL Time Warner's Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution, the largest syndication advertising seller. A Warner Bros. spokesman wouldn't comment.

Paul Montoya, senior vice president, East Coast manager of media sales, is now the acting head of the division.

Warner Bros. books about $500 million in annual sales, representing shows like Friends, The Drew Carey Show, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, and Extra. -- Wayne Friedman

Copyright May 2001, Crain Communications Inc.

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