Sony TV Tries a Younger View

Albiniak, Paige
September 2003
Broadcasting & Cable;9/8/2003, Vol. 133 Issue 36, p20
Reports on the plan of Sony Pictures Television to launch the television program "Life & Style," in fall 2004, with Jules Asner, Cynthia Garrett, Lynne Koplitz and Kimora Lee Simmons as hosts. Remarks from Melanie Chilek, senior vice-president of development and syndicated programming for Sony Pictures Television; Merger of Universal Domestic Television and NBC Enterprises; Career highlights of the hosts.


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