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FREEZE FRAME -- APRIL 6, 2015

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(From l.): Diane Sawyer of ABC News; Matthew Weiner, creator of Mad Men; and Katie Couric at the Mad Men final-season celebration in New York.
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(From l.): Robert L. Lynch, president and CEO, Americans for the Arts; Waldo McMillan, VP, legislative affairs, Charter; lecturer Norman Lear; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.); and Brad Samuels, EVP, content distribution, Ovation, at the 28th annual Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Public Policy at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
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At WE tv’s “The Evolution of Relationship Reality Shows” panel at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills, Calif. (l. to r.): Mark Juris, president/GM, WE tv, Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag.
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Bert Kreischer, host of Travel Channel’s Trip Flip tagged along with Charter Media’s “Peak Performers” on a recent trip to Costa Rica (l. to r.): Molly Stone Cody, account director, Scripps Networks Interactive; Patty Bullington, senior corporate marketing director, and Jim Heneghan, president, Charter Media; Kreischer and his wife, LeAnn; and Caswell Huff, VP, marketing and communications, Charter Media.
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(From l.): Cast members Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan and Tobias Menzies at the Paleyfest LA 2015 panel on Starz’s Outlander.
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At Pivot’s upfront presentation at The Lamb’s Club in New York (l. to r.): Tom Szaky, star of Human Resources; Luke Treadaway of Fortitude; Kristin Davis, executive producer, Gardeners of Eden; Jim Berk, CEO, Participant Media; Jacob Sonoroff, host, Investigative Fortitude; and Kent Rees, GM, Pivot.
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(From l.): Finn Wittrock, Michael Chiklis and Evan Peters at the Paleyfest LA 2015 honoring American Horror Story: Freak Show at Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre.
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(From l.): Brooke Burns, host of The Chase; Amy Introcaso-Davis, EVP, programming and development, GSN; and Rebecca Romjin, host, GSN’s Skin Wars; at the GSN upfront presentation in New York.
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At a screening of Travel Channel’s Breaking Borders at United Talent Agency in Los Angeles (l. to r.): co-hosts Mariana van Zeller and Michael Voltaggio with Shannon O’Neill, president, Travel Channel.
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At at the 2015 Fusion Gala LGBT People of Color Film Festival in Los Angeles (l. to r.): Kirsten Schaeffer, executive director, Outfest; Leisha Hailey of Showtime’s The L Word; Rose Troche, Outfest Fusion Achievement Award recipient; and Katherine Moennig of Showtime’s The L Word.
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Cast members Holland Roden (l.) and Shelley Hennig of MTV’s Teen Wolf at the Paleyfest LA 2015 panel honoring the series in Los Angeles.
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Animal Planet used its Meerkat app to announce “Lil Bub” as its official “spokescat” at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas (l. to r.): owner Mike Bridavsky and Lil Bub; Jackson Galaxy of My Cat from Hell; Rick Holzman, GM, Animal Planet; and Ben Rubin, CEO, Meerkat.
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At Ovation TV and Comcast’s screening of American Canvas at San Francisco’s The Cowell Theater at Fort Mason (l. to r.): Mike Pons, SVP, content distribution, Ovation; Jody Haas, marketing manager, customer engagement, and Scott Adams, director of government and external affairs, San Francisco/West Bay, Comcast; Amelia Rudolph, founder/artistic director, BANDALOOP; Sonia Tower, president, Ovation Foundation; and Dave Holmes, host, American Canvas.
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Allison Bodenmann (c.), Tennis Channel’s new VP, head of advertising, on set at the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells, Calif., with commentators Jon Wertheim (l.) and Justin Gimelstob.
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Fuse Media brought its upfront presentation to New York ad firm OMD (l. to r.): Jason Miller, EVP, ad sales and integrated marketing; Jesus Rodrigez, SVP, marketing; comedian Gina Brillon; Lynnette Ramirez, SVP, original content; Bill Hilary, president; and Mark Melvin, VP, ad sales, Eastern region.
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Talking WGN America’s Salem on a panel at SXSW in Austin, Texas (l. to r.): show co-creator/executive producer Brannon Braga and cast members Janet Montgomery, Shane West and Lucy Lawless.
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(From l.:) Scott Adams, director of government affairs, Comcast California; Sal Khan, founder/executive director, Khan Academy; Joanne Pasternack, director, community relations/49ers Foundation, San Francisco 49ers; and Michelle Sharkey, executive director, 49ers Academy, awarded prizes, netbooks and Internet Essentials service to academy students in East Palo Alto, Calif.
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At the Los Angeles premiere of VH1’s Barely Famous (l. to r.): Erin Foster, star/executive producer; Tom Calderone, president, VH1; and Sara Foster, star/executive producer.
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Cutting the ribbon on Comcast Business’s multi-Gigabit Ethernet expansion at the Fremont (Calif.) Business Park (l. to r.): Ken Maxey, government affairs director, Comcast Business; Toni Seaberry, director, Comcast Business; Doug Nolan, regional director of construction, Comcast California; Fremont Councilwoman Suzanne Chan; Ted Girdner, regional VP, Comcast Business; Cindy Bonior, CEO, Fremont Chamber of Commerce; and Fremont Mayor Bill Harrison.