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November 19, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
McCluggage Promoted at Paramount: Kerry McCluggage has been promoted to chairman of the television group at Paramount Pictures. McCluggage, 38, had been president. He will report directly to Stanley R. Jaffe, president and chief operating officer of Paramount Communications Inc., the New York-based parent company of the Hollywood film and TV studio. The promotion puts McCluggage on equal footing with Sherry Lansing, who last week was named chairman of Paramount's motion picture group.
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November 19, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
McCluggage Promoted at Paramount: Kerry McCluggage has been promoted to chairman of the television group at Paramount Pictures. McCluggage, 38, had been president. He will report directly to Stanley R. Jaffe, president and chief operating officer of Paramount Communications Inc., the New York-based parent company of the Hollywood film and TV studio. The promotion puts McCluggage on equal footing with Sherry Lansing, who last week was named chairman of Paramount's motion picture group.
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September 26, 1991 | JOHN LIPPMAN
After weeks of public speculation, Paramount Pictures announced Wednesday that it has named Kerry McCluggage president of its television group, the highly profitable division that oversees production and distribution of such shows as "Cheers" and "Entertainment Tonight." McCluggage, 36, had been president of Universal Television until June, when he abruptly quit after not being named head of its TV group.
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September 26, 1991 | JOHN LIPPMAN
After weeks of public speculation, Paramount Pictures announced Wednesday that it has named Kerry McCluggage president of its television group, the highly profitable division that oversees production and distribution of such shows as "Cheers" and "Entertainment Tonight." McCluggage, 36, had been president of Universal Television until June, when he abruptly quit after not being named head of its TV group.
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October 9, 1986
MCA Inc., parent of Universal Studios, promoted a series of executives in its MCA television group. Al Rush was named chairman of the unit, while Robert A. Harris was promoted to president. For the past five years, Rush had been president of the TV unit, while Harris was president of Universal Television. Named to succeed Harris was Kerry McCluggage, who was senior vice president of Universal Television. MCA's television group includes Universal Television, MCA TV, MCA Television Ltd.
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November 11, 1994 | Times Staff Reports
* Television: Paramount Television Group has signed a first-look contract with MTV Productions. Both companies are owned by Viacom Inc. and the announcement followed the launching of their first collaboration, the syndicated "Jon Stewart Show." Under the deal, MTV will develop, create and produce series for network television and first-run syndication. Kerry McCluggage, chairman of Paramount Television Group, said the new contract will give Paramount access to hip talent and a young attitude.
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January 25, 2002 | CORIE BROWN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the wake of the resignation this month of Paramount Television Group Chairman Kerry McCluggage, the studio reorganized its television operation into two divisions and named executives to run them. Joel Berman has been named president of Paramount's worldwide TV distribution.
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June 16, 1994
The motion picture and television industry spent $112 million in South Bay communities in 1992, according to a study released this week. The study was the first attempt by the Hollywood entertainment industry to pinpoint how much it contributes to the economy in California. Commissioned by the Public Affairs Coalition of the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers, the study's figures are three times previous estimates.
BUSINESS
February 21, 1992
William Bernstein has resigned as president of financially troubled Orion Pictures Corp. to become executive vice president of Paramount Pictures in Los Angeles. Bernstein will report to Paramount Chairman Brandon Tartikoff. He will be responsible for the studio's business affairs, legal, finance and studio administration departments. The Paramount job offer came to Bernstein through a mutual friend of his and Tartikoff, sources said.
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