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Centerseat gains leading entertainment, media executives

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Centerseat, a broadband entertainment company launching first quarter 2000 that will feature a wide range of original interactive, broadband entertainment, has hired Terry Baker, VP-news and information programming, from ABC News, where he most recently was senior producer-news for Good Morning America; Dave Levine, VP overseeing entertainment-related projects, most recently the first New York bureau manager for NBC's Access Hollywood; and Isaac Piha, chief financial officer. Mr. Piha previously was senior VP-chief financial officer of Reuters Group's Latin American subsidiary. Claire Maguire was named VP-marketing from director-marketing development for Eyemark Entertainment, CBS. Fred Kwon was named VP-business development, from IBM Corp. where he developed strategic relationships for the Consumer Division.

Copyright October 1999, Crain Communications Inc.

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