News of Note—Warner Bros., Fusion Media and TWICE

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> Michelle Slavich has been named executive vice president, global publicity and strategy, Warner Bros. Pictures. Release

> The Fusion Media group is facing steep budget cuts and could be looking to sell some of its digital or cable assets. Vanity Fair report

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> John Laposky, TWICE content director and longtime editorial cornerstone, died on April 11, 2018, due to a sudden illness. He was 51. Broadcasting & Cable article

> The Hollywood Reporter has compiled a list of the 35 most powerful people in NYC media. Article

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