Schindel adds up for CBS Par

Schneider, Michael
August 2006
Daily Variety;8/21/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 34, p1
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The article presents the extended deal between Barry Schindel, executive producer of "Numbers," and CBS Paramount Network TV for two more years. Alongwith "Numbers" Schindel will also be developing "Law Dogs," a program based on his times as a public defender. The article alo gives briefs about the career development and other credits of Schindel.


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