NBC News – After helping develop some of ABC’s most successful shows including many of the network’s successful dramas, including “Scandal,” “Quantico,” and “How to Get Away With Murder,” Channing Dungey was named entertainment president, becoming the first African American to lead programming at a major broadcast network.
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