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Turner partners with American Black Film Festival to launch new writing contest

Turner also plans an executive skills session for the June 14-18 festival, kicking off a three-year agreement to support ABFF as a Premier Sponsor.

TNT orders "Snowpiercer" pilot

Tomorrow Studios will produce the pilot, which will be executive-produced by writer/showrunner Josh Friedman; Bong Joon Ho of the original film; and Marty Adelstein and Becky Clements of Tomorrow Studios.

TBS & TNT announce Network Strategy and Innovation Team

Turner's TBS & TNT have created a new business strategy unit dedicated to accelerating the popular networks' marketplace transformation under Kevin Reilly, president of TBS & TNT and chief creative officer for Turner Entertainment. To lead this new team, Reilly has tapped David Beck and Jesse Redniss, the co-founding partners of BRaVe Ventures, a leading strategic advisory and investment firm specializing in the technology, media and entertainment "(r)evolution."

Diane Keaton to receive 45th annual AFI Life Achievement Award

Gala tribute set for June 8, 2017, in Los Angeles. Special to premiere on TNT, with encore on TCM.

Turner licenses iconic "Star Wars" Film Collection

Turner has entered into multi-year licensing agreements for the "Star Wars" movie collection through unprecedented domestic deals with The Walt Disney Studios and 20th Century Fox that grant TNT & TBS the exclusive linear basic cable and companion ad-supported on-demand rights to "Star Wars." The agreement with Disney for 10 films includes the network premiere windows to last year's record-breaking "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and this year's highly anticipated "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story," which opens in theaters on December 16, 2016. The Disney agreement also includes five of the six original classic "Star Wars" films, as well as the network television premieres of the next three yet-to-be-released movies. The installment that launched the franchise, "Star Wars: A New Hope," comes to Turner through a separate arrangement with 20th Century Fox, thus making Turner the only company with basic cable rights to all 11 titles in the collection.

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