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FREEZE FRAME -- MARCH 16, 2015

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Alex Gansa, executive producer of Showtime’s Homeland, and star Claire Danes take part in a Paleyfest LA panel on the series at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles.
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(From l.): Executive producer Jenni Konner; moderator Judd Apatow; Andrew Rannells; creator/executive producer; Lena Dunham; Allison Williams; Alex Karpovsky and executive producers Bruce Eric Kaplan and Ilene S. Landress at the Paleyfest LA session on HBO’s Girls.
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(From l.) Nick Kroll of Kroll Show; Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key of Key & Peele; and Abbi Jacobson of Broad City took part in Paleyfest LA’s “Salute to Comedy Central” panel in Los Angeles.
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Workaholics cast members (l. to r.): Adam DeVine, Blake Anderson, Anders Holm and Kyle Newacheck arrive at Paleyfest LA’s “Salute to Comedy Central.”
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At Cox’s “Celebrating the Link Between Digital Learning Environments and Student Achievement” event in Scottsdale, Ariz. (l. to r.): Susan Anable, VP, public affairs, Cox; Chris Jacobs, co-host, Velocity’s Overhaulin’; Barbara Reinert, Scottsdale Unified School District; and Colin Templeton, account director, domestic distribution, Discovery Communications.
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At the Los Angeles screening of Disney Channel’s original movie Bad Hair Day (l. to r.): Bradley Steven Perry, Jason Dolley, Leigh-Allyn Baker, Mia Talerico and Eric Allan Kramer.
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(From l.): Mariana van Zeller and Michael Voltaggio, co-hosts of Travel Channel’s Breaking Borders, with Shannon O’Neill, president of Travel, at a screening of the series at United Talent Agency in Los Angeles.
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At the “27th Annual Comcast SportsNet Sports Awards,” benefiting the March of Dimes, in downtown Chicago (l. to r.): Paul Konerko, former Chicago White Sox and Lifetime Achievement Award winner; Kyle Long, “Chicago Bear of the Year”; Brody Roybal, U.S. Paralympics gold medalist and “Inspirational Athlete Award” winner; Mike Dunleavy, “Chicago Bull of the Year”; and Bryan Bickell, “Chicago Blackhawk of the Year.”
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At the Culver City, Calif., premiere of Powers, Sony Pictures Television’s first PlayStation Original Series for the PlayStation Network (l. to r.): Steve Mosko; president, and Jamie Erlicht, president, U.S. Programming and Production, Sony Pictures Television; and Shawn Layden, president and CEO, Sony Computer Entertainment America.