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Michael Schneider has been covering the business of television for nearly 25 years — most of that time at Variety. He also hosts "Screengrab," a weekly segment about the TV industry, for KCRW. He was previously Executive Editor at IndieWire; the Chief Content Officer for TV Guide Magazine; and TV Editor at Variety and Daily Variety. Mike regularly moderates industry and TV show panels at events including Comic-Con, PaleyFest, HRTS, NATPE and others, and once won a staring contest with Jon Hamm on the Dolby Theatre stage. He’s a graduate of Northwestern University.

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