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Comcast promotes two execs

Comcast Entertainment Group has announced the promotions of two executives within the company. Kevin MacLellan has been named president, Comcast International Media Group (CIMG) and Comcast Entertainment Productions (CEP) and Suzanne Kolb takes on the newly created role of president, marketing, news and online for E! Entertainment Television and The Style Network. Kolb, formerly chief marketing officer for E! and The Style Network and GM of E! Online, will now take on the news division while continuing to work with the company's international division in guiding brand strategies worldwide. MacLellan has held the position of president of CIMG for three years has committed to three years with CEP where he will oversee the production of programs for third party outlets and popular franchises such as E!'s True Hollywood Story, The Soup and Live from the Red Carpet.
January 5, 2010

Comcast Entertainment Group has announced the promotions of two executives within the company. Kevin MacLellan has been named president, Comcast International Media Group (CIMG) and Comcast Entertainment Productions (CEP) and Suzanne Kolb takes on the newly created role of president, marketing, news and online for E! Entertainment Television and The Style Network. Kolb, formerly chief marketing officer for E! and The Style Network and GM of E! Online, will now take on the news division while continuing to work with the company’s international division in guiding brand strategies worldwide. MacLellan has held the position of president of CIMG for three years has committed to three years with CEP where he will oversee the production of programs for third party outlets and popular franchises such as E!’s True Hollywood Story, The Soup and Live from the Red Carpet.

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Senior staff writer Frederick Blichert comes to realscreen with a background as a journalist and freelance film critic. He has previously written for VICE, Paste Magazine, Senses of Cinema, Xtra, Canadian Cinematographer and elsewhere. He holds a Master of Arts in film studies from Carleton University and a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia.

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