MGM has enlisted TV vet Jules Haimovitz to spearhead the Lion's push to parlay its vast pic and TV library into new entertainment channels for the fast-growing world of digital cable and satellite TV…
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Veteran TV exec Jules Haimovitz is poised to join the Lion as head of a new division tasked with developing cable channels and other ventures revolving around MGM's vast movie and TV library.