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Schmooze: April 23, 2018

Photos from a screening of Audience Network's 'Mr. Mercedes', NAB's Broadcasting Hall of Fame, and more

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Photos from a screening of Audience Network's 'Mr. Mercedes', NAB's Broadcasting Hall of Fame, and more

(From l.): Creator David E. Kelley; cast members Holland Taylor, Kelly Lynch, Brendan Gleeson and Harry Treadaway and director Jack Bender at a for your consideration screening of Audience Network’s Mr. Mercedes at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Forever Cemetery. (Credit: Rich Polk/Getty Images for Audience Network) 

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Photos from a screening of Audience Network's 'Mr. Mercedes', NAB's Broadcasting Hall of Fame, and more

Celebrating the induction of Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! Into the NAB’s Broadcasting Hall of Fame in Las Vegas (l. to r.): Mike Hopkins, chairman, Sony Pictures Television; Harry Friedman, executive producer of the shows; Alex Trebek; Tony Vinciquerra, CEO, Sony Pictures Entertainment; Vanna White; Pat Sajak; and Paul Franklin, president, CBS Television Distribution. (Credit: NAB Show)

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Photos from a screening of Audience Network's 'Mr. Mercedes', NAB's Broadcasting Hall of Fame, and more

Taking part in the luncheon keynote “Taken From the Headlines Why Multicultural TV Matters” at the 2018 Multicultural Summit in New York (l. to r.): Philip Mena of Early Today and MSNBC; Juan Williams and Arthel Neville of Fox News Channel; and moderator Mark Robichaux, managing director of content for Multichannel News and B&C. (Credit: Mark Reinertson)

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Photos from a screening of Audience Network's 'Mr. Mercedes', NAB's Broadcasting Hall of Fame, and more

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadaker (second from l.) with Eion Macken (l.) Maya Eshet and Sam Strike on the set of Syfy’s Nightflyers in Limerick, Ireland. (Credit: Alan Place Photography)   

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Photos from a screening of Audience Network's 'Mr. Mercedes', NAB's Broadcasting Hall of Fame, and more

At the New York premiere of HBO’s Paterno (l. to r.): Casey Bloys, president of programming, HBO; Al Pacino; Richard Plepler, chairman and CEO, HBO; Barry Levinson, director; and Len Amato, president, HBO Films. (Credit: StarPix/HBO)

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Photos from a screening of Audience Network's 'Mr. Mercedes', NAB's Broadcasting Hall of Fame, and more

At The Cable Center’s 2018 Cable Hall of Fame induction ceremony in New York (l. to r.): Paul Maxwell; Josh Sapan, chairman and CEO, AMC Networks; Vince Gilligan, creator of Cable Hall of Fame-honored series Breaking Bad; and Char Beales, former president and CEO, CTAM.   

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Photos from a screening of Audience Network's 'Mr. Mercedes', NAB's Broadcasting Hall of Fame, and more

Actor Bryan Cranston at The Paley Center for Media in New York for a PaleyLive NY conversation on his career and the upcoming Amazon Prime series Dangerous Book for Boys, which he is executive producing. (Credit: Kristina Bumphrey/StarPix)   

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Photos from a screening of Audience Network's 'Mr. Mercedes', NAB's Broadcasting Hall of Fame, and more

The two faces of Sheldon Cooper — Jim Parsons (l.) of The Big Bang Theory and Iain Armitage of Young Sheldon — at the PaleyFest LA 2018 panel honoring the two CBS series at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. (Credit: © Brian To for the Paley Center)

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Photos from a screening of Audience Network's 'Mr. Mercedes', NAB's Broadcasting Hall of Fame, and more

(From l.): Tom Ascheim, Freeform president; Yara Shahidi; and Karey Burke, Freeform EVP, programming and development, at an Emmy for your consideration event for Grown-ish

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Photos from a screening of Audience Network's 'Mr. Mercedes', NAB's Broadcasting Hall of Fame, and more

Spectrum News NY1 celebrated two wins at the 61st annual New York Emmy Awards (l. to r.): Dan Komarinetz, producer/editor; Kevin Dugan, executive producer; Frank DiLella, host/producer; Audrey Gruber, executive producer; and Joi DeLeon, producer/editor.