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Bravo brought Austin restaurant Swift’s Attic, a competitor on the network’s Best New Restaurant, to the Texas Cable Association’s Cable at the Capitol 2015 event (l. to r): Natalie Paramore and Zack Northcutt,Swift’s Attic; Celinda Gonzalez, Texas Cable Association; Mat Clouser and C.K. Chin, Swift’s Attic; Christi Cowden, Texas Cable Association; and Callie Speer, Swift’s Attic.
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At the West Hollywood, Calif., premiere of DirecTV’s Billy and Billie (l. to r.): Adam Brody, actor; Kevin Volchok, agent; and Chris Long, DirecTV SVP, original content and programming.
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At the New York premiere of USA Network’s Dig (l. to r.): Chris McCumber, president, USA; stars Jason Isaacs and Anne Heche; Bonnie Hammer, chairman, NBCU Cable Entertainment; and Jeff Wachtel, president and chief content officer, NBCU Cable Entertainment.
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(From l.) Cast member Jonathan Groff; creator and executive produce Michael Lannan; and executive producer Andrew Haigh took part in the panel “An Evening With HBO’s Looking” at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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Time Warner Cable EVP and chief operating officer, business services Phil Meeks (l.) and Santa Clara, Calif., Mayor Jamie L. Matthews cut the ribbon on TWC unit NaviSite’s new data center.
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Attending Big Freedia’s “Twerk of Art” photography exhibition at Hollywood’s World of Wonder gallery (l. to r.): Thomas Greene, Fuse; Freddie “Big Freedia” Ross; and Lynnette Ramirez, SVP, programming, NUVOtv.
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(From l.): Emma Kenney of Showtime’s Shameless; Bruce Paisner, president & CEO, International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences; and Ashley Aufderheide of NBC’s The Slap at the International Emmy Kids Awards in New York.
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At Los Angeles’s London Hotel for the premiere of Showtime’s Kobe Bryant’s Muse (l. to r.): David Nevins, president, Showtime Networks; Kobe Bryant; and Gotham Chopra.
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Amy Schumer (l.), star of Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer, and Michelle Ganeless, Comedy Central president, at the annual Comedy Central Night of Too Many Stars fundraiser for autism research in New York.