How Sesame Workshop’s First-Ever Outside CEO Took ‘Sesame Street’ To HBO And Possibly Saved The Company

When Jeffrey Dunn came to Sesame in September 2014 (after a career at Nickelodeon and the company that owns Thomas the Tank Engine), licensing revenue was plummeting and revenue from PBS was covering less than 10% of the TV show's production costs. Journalist Kerry Hannon reports on how Dunn has turned the company around.

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