AT&T and Chernin's Otter Media Plucks Talent From YouTube and American ...
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Virasb Vahidi, a former AT&T executive who most recently served as American Airlines' chief commercial officer, will be Otter Media's CEO. And Tom Pickett, who until this month was one of YouTube's top content executives, will run a group within Otter ...
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Dallas Morning News (blog)

Pop-rock legend Neil Diamond will play American Airlines Center on May 28
Dallas Morning News (blog)
Singer-songwriter Neil Diamond performs at his former high school, Erasmus Hall High School, for his first-ever performance in his hometown in the Brooklyn borough of New York on Sept. 29. They must have one heck of a music program: Barbra Streisand is ...

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WBAL Baltimore

American Airlines jet makes emergency landing at DFW
(WFAA) - An American Airlines flight leaving Dallas had to double back after a problem with its landing gear. The pilot had to make an emergency landing at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. The plane had been scheduled for a 5-hour flight from ...
Plane Makes Emergency Landing at Dallas Fort Worth International AirportWTVY, Dothan
Baltimore-bound flight makes emergency

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NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

AA Plane Makes Emergency Landing at DFW Airport
NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
An American Airlines plane made an emergency landing Monday evening at DFW International Airport, after circling over North Texas for nearly two hours. Flight 1654 departed from DFW Airport at 5 p.m., headed for Baltimore/Washington International ...
American jet makes emergency landingWFAA
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Watertown International Airport gets $235000 in marketing
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American Airlines flight makes emergency landing at DFW
DFW AIRPORT (WFAA) — An American Airlines flight that left Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport bound for Baltimore Monday afternoon returned to DFW after circling North Texas for almost three hours. Flight 1654 — carrying 140 passengers and a ...

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