Kreizman was promoted to the position last March after Eric Pankowski left the company. Kreizman, a daytime Emmy winner, had only been working for the company for a few months before being promoted. While no official reason was given for his departure, Meltzer noted that the constant script changes and last minute re-writes were likely a factor.
We noted last week that WWE was looking for a new head writer, and they posted a job listing for the position at this link. They also have separate job listings for a lead writer for RAW and SmackDown. According to a source close to the situation, morale is low and there is a certain feeling of uneasiness within creative because the company has posted job openings for several positions currently held by staff members, some long-term members of the creative team.
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