It looks like former Viacom CEO Tom Freston has found at least one outlet for some of the millions he got after chmn Sumner ousted him in Sept. Freston joined a $20 million investment round in Plum, the network of local TV stations serving exclusive areas like Aspen and Martha’s Vineyard. The round was led by The Kraft Group and The Raptor Fund. Plum plans to use the new dough to expand into Sun Valley, ID, and Miami Beach, FL.

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Black Voices Celebrated in ‘Horror Noire’

It’s a new age in the world of horror. Black directors and writers are at the center of Shudder ’s “Horror Noire,” an anthology series coming to the streamer on Oct 28. Each chapter has its own story

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