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mun2 Upfront Move Forward as Grammy Museum Honors Rivera (SLIDESHOW)
Charles Karel Bouley
Entertainer, author, broadcaster, comic, satirist, singer, dog...
I started out doing a story on mun2's upfronts as a segue to a story on how shows make it to TV at all. But then, as many stories do, it led into another direction and ended up in the heart of the Grammy Museum surrounded by Jenni Rivera's belongings, and her family.
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