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At “An Evening With Justified” at The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, Calif. (l. to r.): Jacob Pitts, Erica Tazel and Joelle Carter, cast members of the FX series.
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At the Los Angeles launch party for Fuse’s Skee TV (l. to r.): Fuse Media president Bill Hilary; host Scott Keeney, aka “DJ Skee”; and Jesus Rodriguez, SVP, marketing, and Rene Aguirre, VP, programming, Fuse Media.
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At an awards ceremony for CSPAN’s 2015 StudentCam Grand Prize winners at SCAPA Bluegrass in Lexington, Ky. (l. to r.): school board members Daryl Love and Melissa Bacon; Beth Randolph, principal, SCAPA; winners Anna Gilligan, Michael Lovozoy and Katie Demos; teacher Michael Spaeth; and Chellie Zou, C-SPAN.
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Discussing the “customer experience” at NCTA headquarters in Washington, D.C. (l. to r.): Dr. Charles Patti, senior fellow, The Cable Center; Michael Powell, president and CEO, National Cable & Telecommunications Association; and Larry Satkowiak, president and CEO, The Cable Center.
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Noah Hawley (l.), executive producer of FX’s Fargo, and Jill Soloway, creator and executive producer of Amazon Studios’ Transparent, at the Hollywood Radio and Television Society’s 2015 Hitmakers luncheon at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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(From l.): Showtime president David Nevins and The Affair co-creator/executive producer Sarah Treem at the 2015 HRTS Hitmakers luncheon in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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At a comedy showcase with stars from Oxygen’s Funny Girls at Gotham Comedy Club in New York (l. to r.): Yamaneika Saunders; Laura Molen, EVP, Lifestyle Advertising Sales Group; NBCUniversal; Nicole Aimee Schrieber; Ester Steinberg; Rod Aissa, EVP, original programming and development, Oxygen Media; Stephanie Simbari; Retta; Frances Berwick, president, Lifestyle Networks, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment; Calise Hawkins; Carrie Stimmel, SVP Lifestyle Advertising Sales Group, NBCUniversal; and Scout Durwood.
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Discovery Communications and The Cable Center staffers teamed up to bring TLC’s “Say Yes to the Prom” initiative to Denver (l. to r.): Diane Christman, SVP, marketing and development, the Cable Center; Charlotte Field, SVP, application platform operations, Charter; Adria Alpert Romm, chief HR and global diversity officer, Discovery; and Jana Henthorn, SVP, academic and industry outreach, The Cable Center.
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At Time Warner Cable’s Beverly Connection retail store in Beverly Hills, Calif. (l. to r.): TWC’s Marvell Underwood, Los Angeles Dodgers centerfielder Joc Peterson and TWC’s Jorge Huerta and Gary Cook.
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(From l.) Joe Rooney, Cox, Aidan O’Shea, event attendee, and U.S. Paralympic skiier Ralph Green took part in the annual Adaptive Spirit event benefit for the U.S. Paralympic Ski Team at Colorado’s Golden Peak at Vail, which raised an event-record $1.6 million in gross revenue.
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Also at the Adaptive Spirit skiing event (rear, l. to r.): Gary Lim, Charter; Peter Halverson, Fujitsu; John Dickinson, Bright House Networks; and Jason Perkins, Charter. Foreground: X Games gold medalist Chris Devlin-Young.
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(From l.): Attendee Diann Roffe, Paralympic silver medalist Mark Bathum and Arthur Pursell of Hewlett-Packard at the Adaptive Spirit event at the Vail Cascade Resort.
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At the “Brain Trust Breakfast” prior to the Adaptive Sprit event (l. to r.): Sylvain Seignour, Netcracker; Tony Werner, Comcast; Nomi Bergman, Bright House Networks; and Allie Bergman.
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(From l.): Discovery Communications CEO David Zaslav, president of ad sales Joe Abruzzese and Discovery Channel president Rich Ross take part in a Q&A session during Discovery’s upfront press breakfast in New York.