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- n. An employment title, of ill-defined meaning, common in entertainment, computing and many other industries; often a person in charge of other producers.
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To his right, a party photographer was positioning an executive producer for a candid shot with Reindorf and Soohoo.
Bunim started her career making soap operas; she was the executive producer for daytime series like As The World Turns and Santa Barbara.
Johanna Guerra, senior vice president of Telemundos Network News Department, and Malule Gonzalez, executive producer of Al Rojo Vivo con Mara Celeste, for their encouragement and enthusiasm.
In recent years, cable networks have gotten more aggressive in courting advertisers with high-profile shows, including Conan O'Brien 's evening talk show on TBS and TNT's flashy high-budget sci-fi thriller, "Falling Skies," whose executive producer is Steven Spielberg.
In the recording industry, Squire was executive producer of the soundtrack albums for Conan the Barbarian and Conan the Destroyer for composer Basil Poledouris.
He is a former contributing editor to National Lampoon, an Emmy-and Grammy-winning composer/lyricist for Sesame Street, and an executive producer of Between the Lions, the literacy education series his company, Sirius Thinking, Ltd., created for PBS.
Is it any shock that the creator and executive producer of Oxygen's Dance Your Ass Off attended her first Weight Watchers meeting at 12, struggled with bulimia throughout college and spent decades submerging herself in crazy workout regimens and weight loss schemes to nab roles in films such as The Parent Trap, Shall We Dance and Killers?