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  1. Grant Gish Upped at 20th Century Fox TV

    1:00 pm 9/15/2014

    He'll be the vp animationRead more

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  2. Brannon Braga Inks New Overall Deal With 20th Television

    12:30 pm 9/11/2014

    He's the showrunner on WGN America's 'Salem'Read more

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  3. 20th Century Fox TV PR Chief Chris Alexander Elevated

    11:00 am 9/8/2014

    He will now report to Fox TV Group COO Joe EarleyRead more

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  4. Kurt Sutter Inks New Overall Deal With 20th Century Fox TV

    3:00 pm 7/28/2014

    Under the pact, FX has a first-look option on all the "Sons of Anarchy" creator's new projects.Read more

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  5. It's Official: Dana Walden, Gary Newman to Run Fox Broadcasting

    11:19 pm 7/13/2014

    UPDATED: As part of the widely expected new arrangement, the company veterans will oversee both the network and the studio and report to Peter Rice.Read more

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  6. Dana Walden, Gary Newman Near Deal to Run Fox Broadcasting

    12:14 pm 7/13/2014

    An announcement is expected as early as this week, and will have the veterans overseeing both the network and the studio.Read more

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  7. 'Friends' Alum Scott Silveri Jumps to 20th TV

    4:30 pm 7/7/2014

    The "Go On" and "Joey" alum moves from Universal Television with a three-year overall deal.Read more

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  8. 'Modern Family' Co-Creator Inks New Deal With 20th TV

    10:47 am 6/5/2014

    After sitting out for more than a week, Christopher Lloyd returns to the Emmy winner with a new deal with the studio behind the ABC comedy.Read more

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  9. 'Modern Family' Co-Showrunner in Contract Standoff

    1:51 pm 5/28/2014

    Co-creator Chris Lloyd is negotiating a new deal with studio 20th Century Fox Television.Read more

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  10. TV Upfronts: Studio Chiefs on Trends, Surprises and That Big Disappointment

    12:57 pm 5/16/2014

    The studio chiefs talk with THR about the big scheduling moves, redeveloping pilots and the broadcast networks' diversity push.Read more

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