This Just In

September 2004
Multichannel News;9/27/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 39, p4
This article reports on several developments related to the entertainment industry. Black Entertainment Television Inc. in October will debut a new late-night talk show and a magazine series as part of its 2004-05 season. The broadcasting firm GSN has named Zig Gauthier to the newly created post of vice president of original programming. In his new role, Gauthier, who had been vice president of development at FSN, will develop new projects and oversee a portion of GSN's current production slate of game-related programming. Spike TV has retained Robert Friedman as senior vice president, programming.


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