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The Media Mob has learned that CBS News is on the verge of announcing the end of Shelley Ross’ brief, tumultuous reign as executive producer of the Early Show.
These losses did not include any reduction at executive producer level and the advert we are about to run is for executive producers on a fixed term basis to manage the current portfolio of entertainment shows.
People are gravitating to anything that gives them hope, inspiration, motivation or a sense of something light," said Mark Clayman, executive producer of "The Pursuit of Happyness.
Kids are really drawn to Franny - she's a spunky, adventurous girl who is a great role model for both boys and girls," said Sandra Sheppard, executive producer and director of children's and educational programming for Thirteen/WNET.
BBC London factual's restructuring at executive producer level comes as the department faces up to 660 redundancies over the next six years as part of cost-cutting by the director general, Mark Thompson.
The Observer learned last night that the next executive producer of ABC News' Nightline will be James Goldston, the British television journalist best known for having edited Martin Bashir's famously discomfiting Michael Jackson documentary, according to sources directly familiar with Goldston's contract negotiations.
New shows will come from executive producers associated with the larger broadcast networks - including the ubiquitous Jerry Bruckheimer - and feature '80s ``it'' couple Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith.
David Sloan, the openly gay executive producer of 20/20, triumphs in the macho world of network news In the Darwinian world of network news, David Sloan, the openly gay executive producer of ABC's hit newsmagazine 20/20, is the fiercest of competitors.