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Phil Kent

  This interview originally appeared in the MIPTV 2011 issue of World Screen.   Turner Broadcasting was one of the pioneers of multichannel television in the U.S. and internationally, with the first all-news network, CNN, and the first animation-only service, ...

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John Griffin

Company Pictures, part of the ALL3MEDIA Group, is one of the U.K.’s largest and most prestigious independent film and television drama production companies. Their work includes hit series such as the family drama Wild At Heart and leading youth drama ...

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Barry M. Meyer

  This interview originally appeared in the May/L.A. Screenings edition of World Screen.   In April 1923, four brothers from Youngstown, Ohio, officially incorporated their motion-picture company. Never mind that at the time their only bankable movie star was a ...

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Margaret Loesch

  This interview originally appeared in the MIPTV 2011 issue of TV Kids.   Last October, The Hub, a joint venture of Hasbro and Discovery Communications, took the place of Discovery Kids. Tapping into well-known properties from Hasbro’s stable of ...

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Kevin Crull

This interview originally appeared in the MIPTV 2011 issue of World Screen.   CTV is Canada’s largest private broadcaster. The wide range of programming it offers—everything from news and sports to dramas, comedies, talk and entertainment shows—has made CTV the ...

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John Hendricks

Discovery Channel was born of John Hendricks’s desire back in 1985 to make television better and to satisfy viewers’ curiosity. More than 25 years later, Discovery Communications has become a leading nonfiction media company that reaches more than 1.5 billion ...

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Leslie Moonves

For seven out of the last eight TV seasons, CBS has been the most-watched broadcast network in the U.S. With a string of lucrative hits, including NCIS and the hit comedy The Big Bang Theory, CBS’s programming team, led by ...

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Philippe Dauman

This interview originally appeared in the MIPTV 2011 issue of World Screen.   One on One with Viacom’s Philippe Dauman   Perhaps no other major media company has as strong a connection with children, tweens, teens and young adults as ...

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ZDF’s Guido Knopp

Professor Guido Knopp began his journalism career working for some of Germany’s most respected newspapers. He then joined the public broadcaster ZDF, and for years has overseen its history department. He has produced a host of films about World War ...

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eOne’s John Morayniss

As CEO of Entertainment One (eOne) Television, a unit of Entertainment One, John Morayniss oversees one of the leading creators, producers and distributors of television product across a number of genres. eOne has already provided series to major U.S. and ...

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