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FREEZE FRAME -- FEB. 23, 2015

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Pop TV president, business operations David Wisnia (c.) rang the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange to mark the channel’s relaunch as fellow Pop execs (l. to r.) Elizabeth Allan-Harrington, David Futterman, Lori West and Frank Quagliariello; Jim Byrne, senior director of global listings, NYSE; and Pop execs Hahn Lee, Michael Rissetto, Beecher Scarlett and Leslie Furuta looked on.
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At New York’s Paley Center for Media for a screening of ID’s Hate in America (l. to r.): Bill Bratton, New York City police commissioner; Rikki Klieman, host of ID’s In the Line of Fire; Henry Schleiff, group president, ID; Paula Zahn, host of ID’s On the Case; and David Zaslav, CEO, Discovery Communications.
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Taking part in Chapman University’s “The New Era of Television: What Does the Future Look Like?” panel in Orange, Calif. (l. to r.): Ross Brown, professor, and Bob Bassett, dean, Chapman’s Dodge College of Film; Ted Sarandos, chief content officer, Netflix; Ed Carroll, COO, AMC Networks; and Steve Mosko, president, Sony Pictures Television.
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(From l.): Mitch Cohen, Wally Haas and Janet Carter, Coaching Corps; and Ted Griggs, president/GM, CSN Bay Area and CSN California, brought together all of the pro-sports championship trophies won by San Francisco Bay Area teams — the San Francisco Giants, Oakland Athletics, San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders, Golden State Warriors and San Jose Earthquakes — for the first time at the Comcast SportsNet & Coaching Corps Game Changers Awards.
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At the 3rd annual DramaFever Awards in New York (l. to r.): Arden Cho of MTV’s Teen Wolf, awards co-host, and Suk Park, co-founder of OTT service Drama Fever.
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At NAMIC Atlanta’s Atlanta Hawks pre-game mixer (l. to r.): Daria Shelton, NAMIC Atlanta; Alana Moton Leverette of The Weather Channel, NAMIC Atlanta president; Nzinga Shaw, chief diversity and inclusion officer, Hawks; and Tina Simmons, SVP, human resources and Rick Lang, SVP, marketing and sales, Comcast Cable Central Division.
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Launching GAC’s A Very Barry Branson in Branson, Mo. (l. to r.): Dominic Haygood of the Haygoods; Danny Passman, Crybaby Media; Jay Peterson, Matador; Kathleen Finch, president, home category, Scripps Networks Interactive; Jeremy Rabe; Barry Williams, star and The Brady Bunch cast member; Justin A. Tucker, executive producer; and Michael Haygood of the Haygoods.
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At Oxygen’s Street Art Throwdown mural event held during Super Bowl XLIX week in Phoenix (l. to r): Kellan Lutz, actor; Justin Bua, executive producer, host and co-judge; Shawn Johnson, Olympic gold medalist; Lauren Wagner, co-judge; and Drew Butler, Arizona Cardinals punter.
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(From l.): Comcast’s Jonathan Fisher, manager of network maintenance; Scott Adams, director, government affairs, East Bay; and Michael Valentin, area VP, Southwest Bay, pose with one of 10 families that won an MSO co-sponsored laptop raffle at the Winter African-American Family Welcome Breakfast and Resource Fair in San Francisco.