Kim Kelleher of AMC Networks and David Messinger of Activision Blizzard discussed their experiences coming into their new roles, at the Variety Entertainment Summit at CES in Las Vegas.

Prior to joining “The Walking Dead’s” home network, Kelleher was the chief business officer for Condé Nast. Messinger was previously the co-head of marketing for entertainment and sports agency CAA.

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