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KANTROWITZ STEPS DOWN FROM WARNER BROS. UNIT

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LOS ANGELES (AdAge.com) -- On the eve of the upfront, Julie Kantrowitz has stepped down as exec vice president 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.

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