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Stuart Snyder Raised to President/COO of Turner Animation


Three top executives at the Turner Broadcasting System have received promotions, including Stuart Snyder, who has been elevated to the president and COO of Turner Animation, Young Adults & Kids Media. This will give him responsibility over all operational aspects of the broadcast and digital extenstions of Cartoon Network, Boomerang, and Adult Swim. He will also oversee GameTap, Super Deluxe, and the division’s animation production facilities in Los Angeles, CA.

Read the full press release here.

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