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Richmond, Ray
March 2008
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;3/14/2008, Vol. 403 Issue 48, pI26
The article focuses on the career of Quincy Jones as a television producer. Jones' television career started in 1973, when he first produced the television show "Duke Ellington…We Love You Madly." Then in 1985, Jones produced the African famine relief television project "We Are the World." Jones further supplied a guiding hand in launching the comedy series "Mad TV" through his association with producer David Salzman.


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