Keeping an Eye on the Eye

Schneider, Michael
December 2004
Variety;12/6/2004 V Life Supplement, p44
Trade Publication
Features Nancy Tellem, president of CBS Paramount Network TV Entertainment Group. Duties and responsibilities as president; Personal background; Challenges to be faced in rebuilding Paramount's television operation while keeping the appeal of CBS television programs to viewers.


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