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Between them, they have nearly a century’s worth of TV programming experience, and were part of a generation of Home Box Office management which helped turn company into the premier subscription television service not only in the U.S., but in the world.  Their longevity has given them the opportunity to live through their company’s change from a raucously-growing enterprise to a mature business, evolving from what had primarily been a movie service to a programmer just as identified with such acclaimed, high-profile original programming as The Sopranos, Band of Brothers, True Blood, and, most recently, Boardwalk Empire.

Still, they have spent most of their professional lives dealing with movies.  A production executive at a major studio might deal with two dozen released films a year.  Programmers at HBO (and its sister channel Cinemax) easily deal with over a thousand.  They appraise them, try to understand what people »

- Bill Mesce

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