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  1. London 2012: NBC Nets Highest Rated Summer Olympics Opener in History

    9:26 am 7/28/2012

    The network trumpeted 40.7 million viewers for the tape-delayed opening ceremony in London.Read more

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  2. NBC Ups Meredith Ahr to Alternative Programming EVP

    9:53 pm 7/26/2012

    In her new role, the 11-year NBC veteran will be charged with creative oversight of Universal Television's growing roster of reality producers.Read more

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  3. Jennifer Salke Expands Role at NBC, Adds Universal TV Oversight

    2:18 pm 7/26/2012

    The entertainment president will now be involved with the network's studio counterpart.Read more

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  4. Olympics 2012: Bob Costas' Protest Over IOC's Israel Decision Not Worrying EP Jim Bell

    10:14 am 7/26/2012

    The man in charge of NBC's sprawling London coverage says he's confident in his lead broadcaster's ability to handle a sensitive subject.Read more

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  5. TCA 2012: Whitney Cummings Admits 'I Wish I Knew How to Act'

    4:25 pm 7/25/2012

    A gigantic studio audience, awkward music cues and too many one-liners also top the "Whitney" star and creator's list of fixes for her NBC sitcom. Read more

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  6. NBC Tops $1 Billion in Olympic Advertising Sold

    12:13 pm 7/25/2012

    The network has already taken in more than all of 2008 sales figures, with $6.5 million coming from President Obama's re-election campaign.Read more

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  7. TCA 2012: A Few Minutes with Matthew Perry

    11:11 pm 7/24/2012

    The star of "Go On" knows a thing or two about support groups.Read more

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  8. TCA 2012: NBC Orders 'Dracula' Series With Jonathan Rhys Meyers

    4:36 pm 7/24/2012

    The network has picked up 10 episodes of the drama with the former "Tudors" star to play the famed vampire.Read more

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  9. TCA 2012 NBC Recap: Ryan Murphy, Matthew Perry, Bob Greenblatt on New Blood, Rocky Past

    4:17 pm 7/24/2012

    Rolling out a lengthy slate of new programming, the third place network -- that's right, third! -- discusses axed employees, "Voice" burnout, conservative backlash and the benefits of hiring a trained monkey.Read more

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