Susanne Daniels

Global head of original content at YouTube

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Currently global head of original content at YouTubePresident.  Former President of Entertainment for Lifetime Networks and co-author of Season Finale: The Unexpected Rise and Fall of the WB and UPN; former President of Entertainment at the WB Network

Susanne Daniels on KCRW

Among the many premieres at the Tribeca film festival last week, one brought back some familiar faces to fans of the 1984 movie, ‘The Karate Kid.’

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Among the many premieres at the Tribeca film festival last week, one brought back some familiar faces to fans of the 1984 movie, ‘The Karate Kid.’

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