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Freeze Frame -- March 27, 2017

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Disney Channel screened its original movie Tangled Before Ever After at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, Calif. (l. to r.): Gary Marsh, president and chief creative officer, Disney Channels Worldwide; Chris Sonnenburg, executive producer; Julie Bowen; Zachary Levi; Alan Menken, composer; Mandy Moore; Glenn Slater, lyricist; and Eric Coleman, SVP, original programming and GM, Disney Television Animation.
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The Protinus Consulting team of MBA students Jeremy Brown (l.), Gray Byers and Joseph Polakovic took the $4,500 grand prize at the Rocky Mountain Cable Association’s annual “Cable Apprentice” competition in Denver.
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(From l.): John Reynolds, Alia Shawkat and Meredith Hagner of TBS’s Search Party at the network’s “In Search of” pop-up marketplace at SXSW in Austin, Texas.
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Mark Greenberg (l.), president and CEO, EPIX, and Humanitarian Award winner; actor Leland Orser of EPIX’s Berlin Station; and comedian Tom Papa at The Help Group’s 19th Annual Teddy Bear Ball at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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Taking part in CNBC’s “Tough Love From Winning Entrepreneurs” panel at SXSW in Austin, Texas (l. to r.): Dhani Jones of Adventure Capitalists, Marcus Lemonis of The Profit, Danisha Danielle Wrightster of Ms. Fortune, Tilman Fertitta of Billion Dollar Buyer and Jim Ackerman, executive VP, primetime alternative, CNBC.
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Catherine Frymark (l.), senior VP, corporate communications at Discovery and former board chair, Association for Cable Communicators, and Anne Cowan (r.), chief communications officer, CTAM, toast Steve Jones, former ACC executive director, for his 17 years atop the trade group, which recently merged into CTAM.
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(From l.): Mike Gasparro and Nick Sandow, executive producers; U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.); Julia Nelson, executive producer; Chachi Senior, Spike TV; and Jenner Furst, executive producer; at the Washington, D.C., debut of Spike TV’s TIME: The Kalief Browder Story.
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Students from Lawrence High School in Cedarhurst, N.Y., helped kick off Altice USA’s “Altice Connects Global Voices” program in New York’s Times Square (l. to r.): Steve Langford, i24NEWS; students Ariana Brown, Haisha Famuyide and Matthew Zampino; Dr. Frank Zangari of Lawrence High School; students Ruby Levine, Stanley Faynblut and Jessica Moreno; and Jennifer Ostrager and Allison Aylward, Altice USA.
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At the Culver City, Calif., premiere of Crackle’s Snatch (l. to r.): Eric Berger, EVP, digital networks, Sony Pictures Television and GM, Crackle; actor and executive producer Rupert Grint; and Andy Kaplan, president, worldwide networks, SPT.