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Warner Bros Unscripted Shakeup: Shed Media’s Pam Healey and Telepictures’ Stuart Krasnow Exit

Shed Media and Telepictures will continue to operate independently

In a trimming of executive ranks at Warner Bros.’ Unscripted & Alternative Television division, Pam Healey, general manager of Shed Media, and Stuart Krasnow, executive vice president, creative affairs of Telepictures have exited the company, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap. New executives will not be hired to replace them.

Along with Healey and Krasnow, Chris Noonan, a development executive at Telepictures, departed along with Krasnow. Both Shed and Telepictures will continue operating independently.

The reason for Healey and Krasnow’s departure and the elimination of their positions was not immediately made public, but Deadline reported Wednesday that Warner Bros. is streamlining Shed Media and Telepictures by also consolidating finance and some other back-office operations.

Healey had been with Shed Media since 2013; Warner Bros. acquired a majority stake in the UK-based production outfit behind shows like “Supernanny,” Footballer Wives” and “Basketball Wives” in 2014. Senior vice presidents Dan Peirson and Lisa Shannon will take over leadership of Shed.

Krasnow had been with Telepictures, which among other shows is behind “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Ellen’s Game of Games” since 2012. Telepictures was purchased by Warner Communications in 1988, and folded into Warner Bros.’ television arm in 2003.

Deadline first reported the departures.