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FREEZE FRAME 5/12/14

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Michael Powell (l.), CEO, NCTA; David Porter, executive director, Walter Kaitz Foundation; and Alicin Williamson, interim president, NAMIC, at the Media and Entertainment Industry LGBT Reception in Los Angeles.
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At the INSP booth at The Cable Show in Los Angeles (l. to r.): TV mom Karen Grassle (“Caroline Ingalls”) of Little House on the Prairie; Dale Ardizzone, chief operating officer and David Cerullo, chairman and CEO, INSP; and Michael Learned (“Olivia Walton”) of The Waltons.
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At Ovation’s Cable Show affiliate party at Fleming’s in Los Angeles (l. to r.): Charles Segars, CEO, Chris Fenger, chief operating officer, and Pam Bertino, SVP, content distribution, Ovation; David Cohen, EVP, and Melissa Maxfield, SVP, government affairs, Comcast; and Brad Samuels, EVP, content distribution, Ovation.
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Announcing that UCLA will be the featured school in 2014’s The Drive: Pac-12 Football (l. to r.): “Joe Bruin”; Mike Yam, Pac-12 Networks studio host; Jim Mora, UCLA football coach; Lydia Murphy-Stephans, president, Pac-12 Networks; and “Josephine Bruin.”
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At a Cable Show reception in Los Angeles (l. to r.): Jesse Garcia of El Rey Network’s series From Dusk Till Dawn; Haim Saban, president, and Tonia O’Connor, president of content distribution and corporate business development, Univision; and Zane Holtz and Wilmer Valderrama of From Dusk Till Dawn.
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At Time Warner Cable Media’s “Newfront” in New York (l. to r.): Pat Kiernan and Jamie Stelter, NY1 News; Joan Gillman, EVP and COO, Time Warner Cable; James Worthy, TWC SportsNet Lakers studio analyst; Annika Pergament, NY1 News; and actresses Dania Ramirez and Felicia Finley.
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At the T Howard Foundation Diversity Awards dinner in New York (l. to r.): Jacqueline Hernandez, chief operating officer, Telemundo Media; Salaam Coleman Smith, president, strategic initiatives, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment; and Carlos Morcillo, marketing analyst, Telemundo Media.
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Gary McCollum (l.), SVP and GM, Cox Communications Northern Virginia; and LaTanya Butler, VP, affiliate sales and marketing, TV One, at the network’s booth at The Cable Show in Los Angeles.
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Matthew Morrison (l.), Emile Hirsch and John Leguizamo at MSNBC’s White House Correspondents Dinner afterparty at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.
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Michael Powell (l.), CEO, NCTA; David Porter, executive director, Walter Kaitz Foundation; and Alicin Williamson, interim president, NAMIC, at the Media and Entertainment Industry LGBT Reception in Los Angeles.
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At the INSP booth at The Cable Show in Los Angeles (l. to r.): TV mom Karen Grassle (“Caroline Ingalls”) of Little House on the Prairie; Dale Ardizzone, chief operating officer and David Cerullo, chairman and CEO, INSP; and Michael Learned (“Olivia Walton”) of The Waltons.
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At Ovation’s Cable Show affiliate party at Fleming’s in Los Angeles (l. to r.): Charles Segars, CEO, Chris Fenger, chief operating officer, and Pam Bertino, SVP, content distribution, Ovation; David Cohen, EVP, and Melissa Maxfield, SVP, government affairs, Comcast; and Brad Samuels, EVP, content distribution, Ovation.
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Announcing that UCLA will be the featured school in 2014’s The Drive: Pac-12 Football (l. to r.): “Joe Bruin”; Mike Yam, Pac-12 Networks studio host; Jim Mora, UCLA football coach; Lydia Murphy-Stephans, president, Pac-12 Networks; and “Josephine Bruin.”
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At a Cable Show reception in Los Angeles (l. to r.): Jesse Garcia of El Rey Network’s series From Dusk Till Dawn; Haim Saban, president, and Tonia O’Connor, president of content distribution and corporate business development, Univision; and Zane Holtz and Wilmer Valderrama of From Dusk Till Dawn.
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At Time Warner Cable Media’s “Newfront” in New York (l. to r.): Pat Kiernan and Jamie Stelter, NY1 News; Joan Gillman, EVP and COO, Time Warner Cable; James Worthy, TWC SportsNet Lakers studio analyst; Annika Pergament, NY1 News; and actresses Dania Ramirez and Felicia Finley.
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At the T Howard Foundation Diversity Awards dinner in New York (l. to r.): Jacqueline Hernandez, chief operating officer, Telemundo Media; Salaam Coleman Smith, president, strategic initiatives, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment; and Carlos Morcillo, marketing analyst, Telemundo Media.
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Gary McCollum (l.), SVP and GM, Cox Communications Northern Virginia; and LaTanya Butler, VP, affiliate sales and marketing, TV One, at the network’s booth at The Cable Show in Los Angeles.
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Matthew Morrison (l.), Emile Hirsch and John Leguizamo at MSNBC’s White House Correspondents Dinner afterparty at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.