Career Entertainment Television
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Press Inquiries

For press information, contact:

Jeffrey D. Torkelson
Senior Vice President, Communications

Career Entertainment Television
10573 West Pico Blvd. #168
Los Angeles, CA 90064-2348

Ph: (310) 277-CETV
Fx: (310) 277-1037

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DOWNLOAD: CETV Management Team Bios
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RELEASE - CETV Names Lewis Communications Agency of Record
New Orleans, LA, May 3, 2004 -- CE: Career Entertainment Television announced today at the National Cable Show that Lewis Communications will provide a full range of marketing support services to CE in advance of its planned launch later this year.
ARTICLE: Career Entertainment TV Employment with Ops
Los Angeles-based Career Entertainment Television will offer entertainment and education-based programming to help viewers navigate today's uncertain and complicated workplace environment, according to network president Connie Johnson. Eschewing tedious job listings for more appealing video programming, the privately owned service--set to launch next Labor day--will blend original programming with acquired off-network content themed around jobs and careers.
RELEASE: New Digital Cable Channel
Beginning in fall 2004 and for the first time ever, a television network will provide a program lineup expressly devoted to work and the workplace - a topic that impacts nearly every person every day. The launch of the cable program service Career Entertainment Television (CETV) was announced today by Connie Johnson, President of CETV, in conjunction with the network's participation at the Western Cable Show in Anaheim, CA, December 2-5.

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