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Studio chiefs and Los Angeles officials were gathered Tuesday morning at DreamWorks Animation for President Obama’s speech to employees, as well as a meeting with film and TV executives.

Based on seating arrangements, those expected at the event include NBC Universal’s Jeff Shell and Ron Meyer, NBC’s Robert Greenblatt and Paramount’s Rob Moore, who were assigned seats in the second row off to the left of a stage arranged under oak trees on the campus. Behind them in the third row were spots for Sony’s Michael Lynton and Amy Pascal, Jeffrey Katzenberg, political adviser Andy Spahn, Mellody Hobson, MPAA chairman Chris Dodd, CBS’s Leslie Moonves, Warner Bros.Kevin Tsujihara, Lionsgate’s Jon Feltheimer and Fox’s Peter Rice and Jim Gianopulos. Also in a special VIP area were Los Angeles film czar Tom Sherak as well as such elected officials as Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif. »


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