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Steve Pearlman, Warner Bros. Television exec VP of creative affairs, is leaving his post at the end of May to launch his own WBTV-based production shingle, Class V Prods., as part of a two-year, seven-figure overall development deal with the studio.

Revolution Studios is beefing up its New York presence with the hire of Dara Cohen to oversee production and development. The Sony-affiliated studio is also promoting Stephanie Langhoff to the position of creative executive. Langhoff will supervise TV on the East Coast.

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