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Robert Jacquemin, Former Head of Television at Buena Vista and DreamWorks, Dies at 78

Robert Jacquemin, the longtime president of Buena Vista Television and DreamWorks Television, has died. He was 78. A pioneer of the syndication business, Jacquemin died Saturday in Montecito, California, a WME spokesman announced. One of his sons is veteran WME digital chief Chris Jacquemin. Raised in St. Louis, Jacquemin graduated from Horton Watkins High School […]

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