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Pope To Be Named NBC Studio Head, Sources Say

Jun 1, 2007  •  Post A Comment

Former NBC development executive Katherine Pope will be named the new head of NBC Universal Television Studio, sources said.
The news comes after a week of rumors about her future and the tumultuous ouster of her boss, entertainment president Kevin Reilly. She replaces Angela Bromstad, who is expected to take another position within NBC Universal.
The 34-year-old Ms. Pope is considered a rising star in the company and credited with helping develop NBC series such as “Heroes,” “Friday Night Lights,” “30 Rock” and “Boomtown.”
During an executive shakeup last weekend, independent producer Ben Silverman was named co-chair of NBC Entertainment and NBC Universal TV Studio along with Marc Graboff, while Mr. Reilly left the company.
An NBC Universal TV Studio spokesman had no comment.
(Editor: Baumann)

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