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U.S. Pavilion Hooks AT& T

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Shaping up an array of functions for the Cannes Film Festival, the American Pavilion has cinched a deal with AT&T to come aboard as a major corporate sponsor to help underwrite the center’s $300,000…

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Ratings Dunnit

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“Mother Love” didn’t last long on WNYW-TV. The 11:30 p.m. talkshow, which bowed April 15, was pulled after only four shows because of poor ratings. “All In The Family” reruns have moved in to fill…

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Ayemer Ayes Staffers

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KTLA has named Nicholas van Hoogstraten exec producer of the station’s new morning newscast, premiering in the next few months. Van Hoogstraten most recently served as the station’s director of…

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Age-Old Controversy

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Four former reporters for NBC affiliate KYW-TV are suing the station’s owner, Group W, for age discrimination, according to a suit filed in federal court. The four maintain that management fired them…

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100 Years Of Practice

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WNET is devoting a sizable block of programming to the Carnegie Hall centennial. The festivities begin May 3 with the docu “Carnegie Hall At 100: A Place Of Dreams.” On May 5, the station broadcasts…

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Dial-A-Comrade

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Phil Donahue and Soviet journalist Vladimir Pozner will co-host a 90-minute radio talkshow covering everything from politics to baseball next month. Several area stations will take turns airing the…

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