Two brands, one man for WB

Mermigas, Diane
September 2000
Electronic Media;09/11/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 37, p34
Focuses on the job responsibilities of Jamie Kellner as chief executive officer and chairman of The WB network and Acme Communications in the United States. Contributions of Kellner in the television broadcasting industry; Generation of high asset value of Acme through license acquisitions; Role of Kellner in the economic deal negotiations and contractual relations of both companies.


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