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Few things are more sacrosanct in TV than a network's logo. But today, 29 channels across the cable dial will turn their logos blue in recognition of World Autism Awareness Day.
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Five years ago, WME's Ari Greenburg signed up for a walk to benefit autism research shortly after his son Tyler was diagnosed with the condition.