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News | 09/13/2006 4:00 am EDT

As mentioned earlier in this issue (see Short Takes), this week’s reorganization at Corus Entertainment Inc. also saw some new executive appointments. Scott Dyer, formerly executive VP of production and development at Nelvana Studios, becomes executive VP and GM of Corus’ kids portfolio, which Nelvana Studios has now been folded into. Also, Doug Murphy takes over the top seat at Nelvana Enterprises, the licensing and sales division set up to further capitalize on Nelvana Studios’ intellectual property. Murphy, formerly executive VP of business development at Nelvana’s corporate offices, will now hold the title of president, Nelvana Enterprises.
Meanwhile, at Corus’ new lifestyle, dramas and movies portfolio, Susan Ross has been appointed executive VP and GM of the entire portfolio. As such, she’ll report to Corus Television president Paul Robertson, and will be responsible for the Movie Central pay TV service and the W Network, CMT and Scream specialty channels. In addition, Andrew Eddy – currently VP and GM of Movie Central – moves up to become VP of program strategy and investment.

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