FILE - In this April 10, 2011 file photo, NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt is presented with the Stephen F. Kolzak Award at The 22nd Annual Glaad Media Awards at The Westin Bonaventure in Los Angeles, Calif. NBC is going into business with the producer of "King of the Hill" in a bid to move into prime-time animation. Greenblatt said a major new production deal with Greg Daniels will include various types of programming but emphasize animated series. That's a market that Fox has cornered with shows including "The Simpsons" and "Family Guy." (AP Photo/Katy Winn, file)

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FILE - In this April 10, 2011 file photo, NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt is presented with the Stephen F. Kolzak Award at The 22nd Annual Glaad Media Awards at The Westin Bonaventure in Los Angeles, Calif. NBC is going into business with the producer of "King of the Hill" in a bid to move into prime-time animation. Greenblatt said a major new production deal with Greg Daniels will include various types of programming but emphasize animated series. That's a market that Fox has cornered with shows including "The Simpsons" and "Family Guy." (AP Photo/Katy Winn, file)
FILE - In this April 10, 2011 file photo, NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt is presented with the Stephen F. Kolzak Award at The 22nd Annual Glaad Media Awards at The Westin Bonaventure in Los Angeles, Calif. NBC is going into business with the producer of "King of the Hill" in a bid to move into prime-time animation. Greenblatt said a major new production deal with Greg Daniels will include various types of programming but emphasize animated series. That's a market that Fox has cornered with shows including "The Simpsons" and "Family Guy." (AP Photo/Katy Winn, file)
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