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MEEKER RESIGNS MGM POST

 SANTA MONICA, Calif., Oct. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Charles R. Meeker III has resigned as president of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc., it was announced today.
 "We appreciate Charlie's invaluable assistance in helping to stabilize the company during a particularly volatile time in its history and wish him continued success in his new endeavors," stated Frank G. Mancuso, MGM chairman and chief executive officer.
 "I am pleased to have participated in the restoration of MGM and want to thank Credit Lyonnais for that opportunity and all of MGM's employees for their support and hard work," Meeker said. "I also want to extend my best wishes for MGM's future success to Frank Mancuso's team."
 Meeker joined MGM in 1991 from the law firm of White & Case, where he was a partner specializing in entertainment law. At MGM, he played a key role in the successful efforts of Credit Lyonnais to gain control of MGM from its previous owner and, among other accomplishments, led the successful negotiation of a new distribution agreement with Carolco Pictures. Meeker was previously president of an independent film production company and was a partner with the law firm of O'Melveny & Myers in Los Angeles where he practiced for 17 years.
 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. is involved in the worldwide production and distribution of motion pictures and television programs.
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