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the head administrative officer of a college or university

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Do a ya wonder, Snitcherinos, if a Prexy Willard would turn to King John to surrogate for him in Israel/Palestine, just to set the record straight on the right of return?
Davis had been prexy of broadcast operations and engineering for ABC Television Network Group from 1993 until his retirement in 2011.
Moretti is the first non-American Cannes jury prexy since 2009 in a decision by the fest to "celebrate its 65th edition with a European jury president," said Cannes director-general Thierry Fremaux, whose selection is nonetheless strong on U.
The Eternal City's fest was the brainchild of former center-left mayor Walter Veltroni, a film buff who in 2006 placed the head of Rome's leftist party machine, Goffredo Bettini, as the fest's prexy.
Producing local versions of formats takes away a lot of the guesswork for local broadcasters: They get something that is fully developed and a proven success in its original version," says Marion Edwards, prexy of international TV at 20th Century Fox Television, which has a Russian "Prison Break" in production.
Panelists: Vivi Zigler, prexy, NBC U Digital Entertainment; Albert Cheng, exec VP, digital media, Disney ABC; Ben Weinberger, CEO and co-founder, Digitalsmiths
Bob Chapek is now president of distribution; Chuck Viane still handles theatrical distrib and reports to Chapek; former Pixar guru Greg Brandeau fills the new post of chief technology officer; Walt Disney Studios prexy/Alan Bergman, who oversees Muppets Studio and the Disneynature docu label, will shepherd key franchises including "Pirates of the Caribbean" and "National Treasure" (he also guides post-production, biz affairs, legal affairs and fnance); Oren Aviv, prexy of Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production, continues to head development and production of live-action features.
Within 24 hours of her first breath, two execs were taking their last breaths as leaders of Paramount's film ranks: studio prexy John Lesher and production prez Brad Weston.
People obviously don't have the deep pockets they used to have, because it used to be that everything you had would get licensed," says Twentieth Century Fox international TV distribution prexy Marion Edwards.
This summer should see plenty of fireworks--and not just on the Fourth of July--as key prexy slots come up for grabs at Hollywood's major unions.
The two factors causing problems for free-to-air broadcasters are a stronger dollar and sliding ad revenues, according to Marion Edwards, prexy of international distribution for Twentieth Century Fox TV Distribution.
Reynolds served as president of CBS in the mid-'60s, prez of Paramount Television and and prexy of Golden West Broadcasters.
At the end of the weeklong powwow, film production org Canacine crowned Cinepolis top dog Alejandro Ramirez as its new prexy.
With word that entertainment prez Carolyn Strauss would be leaving, biz pundits raised plenty of names as contenders: Showtime entertainment prexy Bob Greenblatt, who injected some buzz into HBO's long-moribund rival; former Discovery Channel g.
But that changed when Paramount Vantage prexy Lesher inherited the No.