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Showbiz has lost one of its defining voices, one who honed his craft in the bygone era of close-knit Hollywood and evolved through the many iterations of the industry.
The Weinstein Co. has filled a key spot on its exec roster by hiring Yari Film Group vet David Glasser as prexy of international distribution.
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