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Abram Hatch, Wendy Steinhoff

Warner Bros. Television has upped Abram Hatch to manager of comedy and drama development and hired Wendy Steinhoff as manager of comedy development.

Hatch, previously manager of drama development, worked on the pilots for “Smallville,” “Thieves” and “Citizen Baines.” He has been with the company since 1998.

Steinhoff most recently was at CBS Prods., where she was manager of drama series.

Hatch reports to Len Goldstein, senior veep, drama development, and Lowell Mate, senior VP, comedy development. Steinhoff reports to Mate.

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