Paul Lee (television executive)
Lee joined the BBC in 1984, initially as a trainee, and in 1998 he moved to America to launch the US cable channel BBC America. In 2004, he joined ABC as head of the US cable network ABC Family. Later, in 2016, he was replaced as President of ABC Entertainment by Channing Dungey.
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