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- Charlie Rubin Writer-producer, "Law and Order: Criminal Intent;" director of New York University's television writing program at the Tisch School of the Arts.
- Nikki Finke Columnist for "LA Weekly;" she blogs at www.deadlinehollywooddaily.com
- Dean Valentine Former CEO of the UPN television network; former president of Walt Disney Television; now runs Symbolic Action, a media investment fund, focused on the convergence of content and technology.
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