A studio executive may be a chief executive officer (CEO), a chief financial officer (CFO), or a chief operating officer (COO), or be employed to serve in a variety of vice presidential capacities, such as senior vice president of corporate relations.
A studio executive may oversee production or may serve in a role identical to a corporation that is not involved in the entertainment industry.
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