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Nickelodeon’s Sarah Noonan on Casting and Her New Gig as SVP Live-Action Content

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Nickelodeon SVP Sarah Noonan has been interviewed by AdWeek about her new position heading the Live-Action Content division. Among other topics, Noonan discusses what her new job entails, how her 16-year tenure with Nickelodeon’s casting department has taught her about show development, her biggest “gets” in casting voices for Nickelodeon cartoons, and how Nickelodeon views its targeted “post-millenial” audience. Noonan was promoted from SVP Casting for the Nickelodeon Group last January.

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