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  1. USA Tops NBC Early in Fall TV Season 



    5:46 am 10/13/2011

    The NBCUniversal cable network beat out its broadcast sibling in Monday's ratings, the first time this has happened this early in a TV season.

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  2. What to Expect From Brian Williams' 'Rock Center'

    10:35 pm 10/12/2011

    The newsmagazine will inherit the canceled "Playboy Club's" timeslot, but it should not be considered "filler," executive producer Rome Hartman tells the new issue of The Hollywood Reporter.Read more

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  3. NBC Entertainment's In-House Studio Gets New Name and Key Exec Promotions

    2:09 pm 9/12/2011

    Universal Media Studios will now be known as Universal Television to emphasize the "goal of producing quality television," says NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt.Read more

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  4. NBCUniversal Criticized for Not Being Diverse Enough After Comcast Deal

    5:57 am 8/23/2011

    NBC's fall season schedule features fewer minorities in major roles, while KNBC Channel 4 in L.A. has been called out over the lack of Latino anchors.Read more

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  5. Analysis: NBC Might Not Be as Bad as Expected

    7:00 am 8/3/2011

    It doesn't always have to be fourth.Read more

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  6. NBC's Robert Greenblatt: 'It's My Schedule for Better or Worse'

    11:58 am 8/1/2011

    The Peacock's entertainment chief says it’s been “a challenging six months” but the goal is to get NBC back to “must-see” TV.Read more

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  7. Showtime PR Vet Richard Licata Reunites with NBC's Greenblatt

    2:13 pm 7/26/2011

    Licata will oversee publicity for NBC and its studio, marking his third stint with Greenblatt.Read more

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  8. Peter Horton Inks Development Deal at UMS

    1:41 pm 7/25/2011

    The former "Thirtysomething" actor is locked in with NBC's sister studio for two years.Read more

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  9. 'The Voice': The Real Backstory Behind NBC's Hit; Why Christina Aguilera Gets $225,000 a Show

    1:10 pm 6/15/2011

    In The Hollywood Reporter cover story, the executives, producers and talent behind the pricey singing competition -- costing $2.3 million per hour -- reveal why they were confident in the show, their shock at the initial ratings and what's in store.Read more

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  10. The Miracle of 'The Voice'

    12:23 pm 6/15/2011

    The fourth-place network (finally!) has a big, flashy hit as NBC's execs, talent and producers open up about the drama behind the talent show's making, why it works and how the Peacock could use this to plume its feathers once again.Read more

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