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Liz Huszarik

EVP of Media Research and Insights
Warner Bros. Media Research & Insights

Liz is a 21-year veteran of Warner Bros. and oversees the daily operation of the 31-member WBMR&I team. She is responsible for Domestic TV and Cable Distribution, Digital Business Development & Sales Research, Insight, and Trend Research as well WB Brand Networks.

Liz currently co-chairs the state-of-the-art Warner Bros. Media Lab. She also has hands on responsibility in key Financial and Revenue Analysis.

She has a Bachelor's Degree from Michigan State University and teaches TV Research & Programming at California State University, Northridge.

She is a member of CTAM, IAB, Promax and Nielsen's A2M2 Portable Device committee, and an active member of the Time Warner Research Council and its conference organizing committee.

Company Profile: 
Warner Bros. Media Research & Insights (WBMR&I) is one of the Entertainment Industry's premier media research operations, specializing in program, industry, consumer, and sales analysis. Our team of experts use the latest research technology and tools to deliver meaningful insights to our clients. With offices in Burbank, CA and New York, NY, WBMR&I services a number of divisions within Warner Bros. including: Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution, Telepictures Productions, WB Media Sales, WB Digital Business Development, and the WB Corporate Television Group. We are a key member of the Time Warner Research Council, collaborating with research groups and executives across Turner Broadcasting, HBO, DC Entertainment, and Time, Inc. as well as the Warner Bros. Theatrical and Home Entertainment divisions. The group has been instrumental in the launches of a number of long-running hit syndicated series, including "The People's Court," "Extra," "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," and "TMZ." They have been involved in the launch of over 120 first-run and off-network properties including "Friends," "Two and a half Men" and "The Big Bang Theory." WBMR&I runs the Warner Bros. Media Labs, a state-of-the-art media facility in Burbank and New York that allow "hands-on" testing with cutting-edge consumer electronics and distribution platforms. The Warner Bros. Media Lab is used to obtain consumer insights that inform content creators and studio management about engagement, adoption, and satisfaction.