Goldsmith, Jill
September 2012
Variety;9/10/2012, Vol. 428 Issue 5, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the cable television company Arts & Entertainment Network (A + E Networks). The casting of actress Lindsay Lohan as the late actress Elizabeth Taylor in "Liz & Dick," a made-for-TV movie scheduled to be broadcast by the Lifetime cable television network is cited as an example of bold decisions made by company CEO Abbe Raven. It is noted that ratings for the company's A + E, Lifetime and History Channel cable networks are at record highs in 2012.


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