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ENTERTAINMENT
May 25, 2013 | By Robert Lloyd, Los Angeles Times Television Critic
"Sanjay and Craig," which premieres Saturday (tonight) on Nickelodeon, follows the adventures of a boy named Sanjay, voiced by Maulik Pancholy of "30 Rock," and his best friend, a talking snake named Craig, voiced by Chris Hardwick, the Nerdist. Linda Cardellini and Tony Hale are also voices on the show. Among other things, the goofy and delightful series represents the joining of two great names from the golden age of Nick with three as-yet obscure names from its possible future.
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BUSINESS
September 21, 2005 | From Bloomberg News
Oakley Inc., whose sunglasses are worn by seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong, on Tuesday named a Nike Inc. vice president as chief executive. Oakley, based in Foothill Ranch in Orange County, said Scott Olivet would succeed company founder Jim Jannard as CEO next month and also join the board. Olivet, 43, had served since 2001 as Nike's vice president for subsidiaries and new business development. The executive, a graduate of Pomona College, previously worked at Gap Inc.
BUSINESS
December 6, 1996 | SALLIE HOFMEISTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Don Ohlmeyer, the head of NBC West Coast who is credited with taking the network to No. 1 in the ratings this year, checked himself into the Betty Ford Center on Thursday for a 28-day treatment program for alcohol dependency. Warren Littlefield, the president of NBC Entertainment, will temporarily take over Ohlmeyer's responsibilities.
WORLD
November 5, 2003 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The consortium in charge of building light-water nuclear reactors for North Korea postponed a decision on the project's future but said it would make an announcement by Nov. 21. The Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization's executive board meeting in New York discussed a one-year suspension of construction. The U.S. has wanted to cancel the project because of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons ambitions.
SPORTS
October 7, 1987
Douglas B. Smith was appointed associate athletic director for development and executive director of the Titan Athletic Foundation at Cal State Fullerton Tuesday by President Jewel Plummer Cobb. Smith, 41, was associate athletic director for external affairs and executive director of the Mustang Club for eight years at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He replaces Bob Arkeilpane, who left in August to become associate director of development at the University of Cincinnati.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 29, 2007 | Josh Getlin, Times Staff Writer
Bob Cooper with Landscape Entertainment finalizes negotiations to option Libby Sternberg's "Fire Me," a yet-to-be-published comic novel about a woman's daylong campaign to get fired. Sternberg is represented by Caitlin Blasdell with Liza Dawson Associates and Bruce L.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 31, 1993 | TERRY PRISTIN, Terry Pristin is a Times staff writer
"The Son-in-Law Also Rises," proclaimed a trade paper in 1932 when Louis B. Mayer lured David O. Selznick, husband of his daughter Irene, back to MGM with a lavish deal. These days, at Sony Studios, which occupies MGM's former premises in Culver City, some of the wives rise too.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 2, 2009 | Tony Perry
It is a complaint common to junior enlisted personnel in the U.S. military and one made famous by Goldie Hawn in the 1980 movie "Private Benjamin." Hawn, as Pvt. Judy Benjamin, is shocked when she realizes that her recruiter exaggerated when he described her future living accommodations. "See, I did join the Army, but I joined a different Army," she says in horror when she sees the barracks. "I joined the one with the condos and the private rooms."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 31, 1986 | Roxana Kopetman
An ideal Anaheim envisioned by business and community leaders was outlined to the City Council on Tuesday as part of a project called Vision 2000. The report pictures Anaheim as the county's financial center and the state's tourist, convention and sports mecca. It also envisions a city free of traffic snarls.
BUSINESS
June 14, 1996
Jamie Tarses, a former senior NBC-TV development executive, is expected to begin serious negotiations with Walt Disney Co. this weekend about joining ABC Entertainment as president. Tarses, who until recently went by her married name Jamie McDermott, is officially released from her contract with NBC on Saturday. Sources say Ted Harbert, the current president, has been offered a new position as chairman of ABC Entertainment but may not accept the job.
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