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Gregg, Alan
October 2005
License! Europe;Oct/Nov2005, p114
Presents an interview of Alan Gregg, director of development for children's programming at Alliance Atlantis in Great Britain in 2005. Views on the impact of licensing on his job; Message to the licensing industry; Views on his job at the firm.


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