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STEVEN NALEVANSKY, WRITER/PRODUCER, TO BE PROMOTED SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT FOR THE DOMESTIC TV DIVISION OF PARAMOUNT PICTURES

 STEVEN NALEVANSKY, WRITER/PRODUCER, TO BE PROMOTED SENIOR


VICE PRESIDENT FOR THE DOMESTIC TV DIVISION OF PARAMOUNT PICTURES
 HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Steven Nalevansky has been promoted to senior vice president, creative affairs, for the Domestic Television Division of Paramount Pictures, it was announced today by Frank Kelly, president, creative affairs and first-run programming, for the division.
 Nalevansky is responsible for the development of first-run programming, original pay television, basic cable, and international co-productions for Paramount/Revcom. He also supervises the programming for the division's highly successful "The Arsenio Hall Show."
 "This promotion recognizes Steven's innovative contributions to the division over the past six years, as well as his outstanding work with the launch and continued success of 'The Arsenio Hall Show,'" Kelly said.
 Previously, Nalevansky had been vice president, creative affairs, for the Domestic Television Division since 1986. During that time he supervised the development of Eddie Murphy Television's "The Kid Who Loved Christmas"; "Hard Copy;" the Paramount/Revcom miniseries "Not A Penny More, Not A Penny Less" and the sitcom "Sanchez of Bel Air" (both for the USA Network). He was also the creative executive on "Friday the 13th: The Series."
 Prior to joining Paramount as director of video programming in 1985, Nalevansky was a writer/producer for television feature films, in partnership with Jeffrey Bloom. Among his television story and teleplay credits are episodes of "Starsky and Hutch," Universal's "Darkroom" series, and "Prime Suspect," a CBS movie of the week. He was co-producer for the British film "The Stick-Up" and producer/co- writer for "Blood Beach."
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