Todd Dubester has been upped to veep of global distribution strategy and business development for the Media Networks wing of the Mouse House.
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CBS' Nancy Tellem is stepping away from the trees to get the wide-angle view of the forest.
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CBS Television Distribution has renewed its syndie strip "The Doctors" for two more seasons, through the 2011-12 season.
History has set its first scripted series, an eight-hour look at the Kennedy dynasty from "24" co-creator Joel Surnow.
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