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OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network launched a campaign to bring awareness and resources about health and well-being to Black women. The multiplatform OWN Your Health initiative will explore a gamut of mental, physical and emotional health issues via quarterly initiatives that feature messaging and relevant health and wellness tools. The campaign, which provides opportunities for brands come aboard, focuses on three key pillars: Proactive prevention; “unspoken” issues including fertility, motherhood, sexual and relationship health, trauma financial health and treatments; and what the initiative calls “Superwoman,” sources of pressure many Black women regularly experience.
A lawsuit over whether Donald Trump violated the First Amendment when he blocked followers from his then-active Twitter account has been tossed by a lower court on directive from The Supreme Court. Lower court rulings had found Trump’s actions in violation of the First Amendment, but SCOTUS found the case moot given Trump is no longer a public official.
Time flies when you’re battling for domination of Westeros. HBO this month is launching “The Iron Anniversary,” a monthlong promo to commemorate the 10th anniversary of “Game Of Thrones.” Kicking off with an in-app curated spotlight page on HBO Max that includes 150 videos of behind-the-scenes extras, cast interviews, clips and trailers, the promo also includes a 73-hour marathon beginning April 10 with all eps of season 1 airing on HBO2 starting at 10a. “GoT” has been viewed by 45 million in the US and distributed in 207 global territories. The next iteration in the franchise, “House of the Dragon,” is slated to begin production this year.
Netflix ran away with half of the television trophies and three of the five major film categories at Sunday night’s SAG Awards. “Ozark,” “The Crown,” “Schitt’s Creek” and “The Queen’s Gambit” scored big in the TV section, while “The Trial of The Chicago 7” took the top prize for best picture, and “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” stars Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman won in the lead acting movie slots. Among other big TV winners were Jason Sudekis for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series for AppleTV+’s “Ted Lasso” and Mark Ruffalo in HBO Max’s “I Know This Much Is True” for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series.
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Allen Media Group’s broadcast television network This TV this month is expanding distribution to eight major market ABC-owned television station subchannels including in LA, Chicago and Philadelphia. The Byron Allen-owned company purchased This TV from MGM in October 2020. The network—which features movies, comedy, retro television series, docs and event specials—broadcasts 24 hours a day and is available in approximately 86 million US households.
We want to hear about the women who are role models, mentors, inspirational leaders at your company. Our Top Women in Media Awards are coming up in October and nominations are open now to get this line-up of leading ladies together. Who will you choose? (It could even be you!) Nominate here today.
ITV America and the Writers Guild of America resolved their dispute regarding ABC game show “The Chase,” a remake of the British format. Writers working on the show went on strike March 24 over issues related to health and pension benefits and residuals.
|PRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
Guy Fieri is keeping his seat at the Food Network table.He signed a new multiyear exclusive deal with the network that spans an additional three years of his secret sauce of programming including “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” and “Tournament of Champions.” The deal will see Fieri creating through his Knuckle Sandwich production banner for discovery+ as well.
Kristin Davis will headline and exec produce half-hour black comedy “Deeds,” from Ellen Pompeo’s production company Calamity Jane, for HBO Max. Davis has a high-profile project already in the works at the WarnerMedia streamer—the revival of “Sex and the City.” Penned by Michael Davidoff (“Working”), “Deeds” follows a desperate realtor who embarks on a dark path when she’s forced to team up with a drug-addicted, sociopathic young couple to change her station. Pompeo and Laura Holstein will exec-produce for Calamity Jane. Dave Fleming also will exec-produce.
Also at HBO Max, 10 episodes of half-hour comedy “Minx,” which centers on an earnest young feminist who joins forces with a low-rent publisher to create the first erotic magazine for women in ‘70s LA, are in the works. From showrunner and exec producer Ellen Rapoport, Feigco Entertainment and Lionsgate Television, the series stars Ophelia Lovibond (“W1A,” “Elementary”) and Jake Johnson (“New Girl,” “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”).
Paramount+ revealed a first look at season 2 of series “Star Trek: Picard,” which is slated to debut in 2022. The series features Patrick Stewart reprising his role as Jean-Luc Picard, which he played for seven seasons on “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” and follows this iconic character into the next chapter of his life. It’s produced by CBS Studios in association with Secret Hideout and Roddenberry Entertainment. For season two, Alex Kurtzman, Akiva Goldsman, Terry Matalas, Michael Chabon, Doug Aarniokoski, Dylan Massin, Patrick Stewart, Heather Kadin, Rod Roddenberry and Trevor Roth serve as exec producers.
NEW + RETURNING SERIES
Michelle Buteau is back to host season 2 of “The Circle,” Netflix’s social media competition series that returns Wednesday, April 14. Eight new contestants, including Chloe Veitch (“Too Hot To Handle”) will flirt, befriend, piss off and compete in challenges to earn a $100K prize as top influencer.
The Weather Channel will debut “Deep Water Salvage” Sunday, May 2. The series follows some of the world’s best marine construction firms as they battle against the elements and the clock to salvage property and fortunes of others from the effects of extreme weather.
Loki, the imperious god of mischief, is a fish out of water when he lands in a world of trouble with the bureaucratic TVA (Time Variance Authority) in a new trailer for Marvel Studios’ “Loki.” The original series debuts exclusively on Disney+ on Friday, June 11.
AMC’s “The Walking Dead” will have its swan song season earlier than some expected. The 11th and final run will debut Sunday, August 22. The season, which will be released in eight-ep blocks, will run into 2022. The network has a spinoff in the works.
The full performance lineup for “56th The Academy of Country Music Awards,” airing on CBS Sunday, April 18 at 8p, has been set. Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley, , Kane Brown, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Luke Combs, Dan + Shay, Alan Jackson, Elle King, Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris, Thomas Rhett, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood are among those who’ll take the stage.
Netflix set May 4 for the second part of “Selena: The Series,” the coming-of-age drama about Tejano music star Selena Quintanilla. The series explores the once-in-a-generation performer’s journey as a young artist, from singing small gigs in Corpus Christi, Texas, with her family to becoming one of the most successful Latin artists of all time.
Urban One Honors, the annual awards show of Urban One, will pay homage to the International Sweethearts of Rhythm, the first racially integrated all-women’s jazz band, during the show that airs Sunday, May 16 at 9p on TV One and Cleo TV. Grammy-winning gospel artist Erica Campbell and journalist, author and syndicated columnist Roland Martin will host the event. This year’s theme is “Women Leading the Change.” Among performers slated to appear are Jazmine Sullivan, Da Brat, Le’Andria Johnson, Avery Sunshine, and the all-female house band Kim Burse and the KB Players.
Paramount+ will debut feature doc “Woman in Motion: Nichelle Nichols, Star Trek and the Remaking of NASA” on Thursday, June 3. “Star Trek” actress Nichols’ pioneering work to evolve the NASA recruiting program to hire people of color and the first female astronauts for the space agency in the late ‘70s and ‘80s is in the spotlight.
“The Chicken Squad,” based on the like-titled book series, squawks onto Disney Junior and DisneyNow on Friday, May 14 at 7:30p with two back-to-back eps. Voice cast for the show, which follows the problem-solving adventures of a trio of young chicken siblings and their retired search and rescue dog mentor, includes Tony Hale, Jane Lynch, Melissa Rauch, Sean Giambrone, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Yvette Nicole Brown and Ramone Hamilton.
“My Little Pony: Pony Life” returns for a second season on Discovery Family on Saturday, April 10 at 11:30a. The new action continues to follows the Mane 6 as they discover mysterious objects, uncover puzzling scenarios and experience bonding moments.
Google’s use of 11,500 lines of code from Oracle software programming language was a “fair use,” according to a decision from the Supreme Court. The 6-2 ruling could have implications in the ways copyrighted material is used without permission. The Motion Picture Assn., for one, had warned a broader interpretation of fair use could allow for unauthorized rip-offs of TV shows and movies.
Beginning today (April 6) Philo and T-Mobile are expanding their partnership. All postpaid wireless T-Mobile subscribers and Sprint customers gain access to Philo’s 60-plus channels, unlimited DVR and more than 60,000 on-demand options for $10.
Kevin Hart’s Laugh Out Loud Network is spreading the laughs to Tubi. The Fox-owned free streamer is now home to a variety of stand-up, interview and animated titles including “All Star Comedy Jam,” “Comedy in Color” and “Cold as Balls.” The deal brings more than 200 eps from the LOL! Network library to Tubi.
HBO Max extended the availability of several Hanna-Barbera and Looney Tunes series, which will no longer be departing the service April 30. Marked safe, for now, are: “The Flintstones,” “The Jetsons,” “Jonny Quest,” “Josie and the Pussycats,” “Paddington Bear,” “Scooby-Doo Where Are You!,” “Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries,” “Tom and Jerry” and “The Yogi Bear Show,” among others.
Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine (“The Chi”) landed a heavily recurring role opposite Manuel Garcia-Rulfo in Netflix drama “The Lincoln Lawyer”… Karen Robinson (“Schitt’s Creek”) is joining the cast of ABC’s “A Million Little Things” in a recurring role… Cameron Mathison, former co-host of Hallmark Channel’s “Home and Family,” is heading back to the world of daytime drama, joining the cast of ABC’s “General Hospital.”
Shelley Conn (“Liar”) and Calam Lynch (“Benediction”) are on board for season 2 of Netflix’s “Bridgerton”… David Del Rio (“The Baker and the Beauty”), Chris Elliott (“Schitt’s Creek”), Ray Ford (“Don’t Trust the B-in Apt. 23”) and Leonardo Nam (“Westworld”) are in as series regulars opposite Rebecca Rittenhouse in ABC comedy pilot “Maggie”… Tonya Rapley will join Dan Rosensweig as co-host for season 2 of Crackle’s “Going From Broke.” Series, exec-produced by Ashton Kutcher. also added six new cast members.
ViacomCBS Networks International agreed to acquire Chilevision from WarnerMedia. The move will enable VCNI to expand its footprint in Latin America and bolster its streaming business with a new pipeline to fuel the demand for Spanish-language content across platforms including Paramount+ and Pluto TV.
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Shareablee Top 10 TV Shows for the week of March 29
Program, Network, Total Actions, Total Content, Actions per Content, Fans & Followers
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC), 6.9M, 55, 126,355, 36.2M
Hannity (Fox News), 3.9M, 275, 14,336, 10.9M
Riverdale (The CW Network), 3.4M, 41, 83,896, 17.3M
Ellen DeGeneres (WB/Syndicated), 1.5M, 51, 28,994, 207.9M
Today Show (NBC), 1.5M, 900, 1,616, 13.8M
Entertainment Tonight (WB/syndicated), 1.3M, 578, 2,222, 9.2M
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC),1.1M, 112, 9,940, 8.4M
The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC), 1.1M, 79, 13,663, 13.3M
American Idol (ABC), 981K, 280, 3,505, 17.5M
Saturday Night Live (NBC), 861K, 59, 14,593, 14.4M
Shareablee Top 10 TV Streaming Shows for the week of March 29
Program, Platform, Total Actions, Total Content, Actions per Content, Fans & Followers
Lucifer (Netflix), 1.2M, 4, 288,275, 7.2M
The Witcher (Netflix), 1M, 5, 200,548, 1.7M
The Chosen (VidAngel), 898K, 41, 21,902, 684K
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (Disney+), 776K, 28, 27,707, 619K
Nanatsu No Naizai (Netflix), 739K, 58, 12,744, 776K
Bridgerton (Netflix), 625K, 2, 312,542, 2.3M
Get Organized With The Home Edit (Netflix), 498K, 41, 12,143, 5.6M
Black Clover (Funimation), 491K, 24, 20,468, 1M
Julie and the Phantoms (Netflix), 439K, 2, 219,721, 953K
Sky Rojo (Netflix), 348K, 32, 10,862, 168K
Broadcast Nielsen Ratings for Friday, April 2
Show, P2+ 0000s, (A18-49)
ABC: “Shark Tank” 3.62 (0.6), “20/20” 2.51 (0.4), “20/20” 2.35 (0.4)
CBS: “MacGyver” 4.13 (0.4), “Magnum P.I.” 5.13 (0.5), “Blue Bloods” 5.99 (0.6)
CW: “Wipeout” 0.61(0.1),“Penn & Teller: Fool Us” 0.71 (0.1)
ION: “Hawaii Five-0” 1.01 (0.2), “Hawaii Five-0” 1.03 (0.2), “Hawaii Five-0” 0.99 (0.2)
FOX: “WWE Friday Night Smackdown” 1.96 (0.5), “WWE Friday Night Smackdown” 2.11 (0.5)
NBC: “The Blacklist” 3.18 (0.3), “Dateline NBC” 2.40 (0.3), “Dateline NBC” 2.45 (0.3)
Telemundo: “Exatlon” 0.89 (0.2), “Suerte de Loli” 0.76 (0.2), “Buscando Frida” 0.99 (0.3)
Univision: “Rosa de Guadelupe” 1.30 (0.4), “Te Acuerdas De Mi” 1.29 (0.4), “Hija Del Embajador” 1.18 (0.3)
Source: Nielsen live + same day time period averages
Melissa Harper, formerly EVP, scripted production at Fremantle North America, joined NBCUniversal Television & Streaming in the newly created role of EVP, production management & operations.
Danielle De Jesus, most recently SVP of development at production house End of Episode, joined Showtime as VP of scripted programming. The ViacomCBS network also promoted Dave Binegar to VP of scripted programming.
Lauren Kisilevsky has been promoted to SVP, original movies, Disney Branded Television. She most recently served as VP, original movies, Disney Channels, where she oversaw original movies including “Upside-Down Magic” and “Descendants 3.”
Former Spotify exec Erika Clarke and former Lifetime exec Colleen Grogan have boarded Apple TV+ as as unscripted creative executives. The moves are the latest as the streamer ramps up its nonscripted business.
Zola Mashariki is the new head of Amazon-owned Audible Studios. Mashariki most recently spent 15 years at Fox Searchlight and has held roles at BET and Just Mercy production company One Community.
Former Trump comms adviser Anthony Scaramucci joined CNBC as a contributor. Before his 11-day stint at the White House, he was a contributor at Fox Business Network.
Gloria Henry, best known for her role as the mother on the classic ‘60s comedy “Dennis the Menace,” died on April 3. She was 98. Henry made her movie debut in 1947 in “Sport of Kings,” and went on to appear in severa films and TV shows including “My Little Margie,” “Father Knows Best” and “Perry Mason. She landed the role of Alice Mitchell, the matriarch “Dennis the Menace” in 1959 and played the character for the series run, through 1963. She also appeared in “Simon & Simon,” “Newhart,” “Doogie Howser, M.D., “Dallas” and “Parks and Rec” later in her career.
|This Day in History
1985 – William J. Schroeder became the first artificial heart recipient to be discharged from the hospital.
Answer to Our Last Trivia Question
In 1952, what was the first toy to be promoted in an ad? Mr. Potato Head Kudos to: Kay Cee Fracassa-CMG/Detroit; Douglas Hochstadt-Disney/NY; Kevin Noonan-A+E Networks/NY; David Rubinsohn-American Public Television/ Boston; Dan Whitford-WTTW/Chicago; Sally J. Maisel-Wienermania/Van Nuys, CA; Bob Ramsey/Palm Springs; David Westberg-SAG*AFTRA Credit Union/Burbank; John Ferlazzo/London
Today’s Trivia Question
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DIRECTOR, BRAND MARKETING
CROWN MEDIA FAMILY NETWORKS
Strategy, development and management of consumer marketing initiatives including paid advertising efforts, email marketing, and other projects that create awareness and engagement in support of our key business priorities. 7-10 years of consumer marketing experience within the entertainment industry with prior television experience preferred. Full info HERE (4/20)
MANAGER, BRAND MARKETING >>
CROWN MEDIA FAMILY NETWORKS/LA, CA: Responsible for development and management of consumer marketing initiatives including paid advertising, email marketing, and other priorities that create awareness and engagement in support of our key business objectives. 3-5 years of consumer marketing experience within the entertainment industry with prior television experience preferred. Full info HERE (4/20)
SUPERVISOR, CUSTOMER SERVICE >>
SPECTRUM/VANCOUVER, WA: Actively and consistently support all efforts to simplify and enhance the customer and employee experience. Effectively lead a team of representatives utilizing supervisory skills including and monitor individual and team performance. 5-7 Customer service/call center experience required. Full info HERE (4/16)
PR ASST/COOR >>
BABYGRANDE PR/VENICE CA: Support president at boutique PR firm. Work daily with TV/entertainment/corp. clients and media. Looking for detail-oriented, motivated multi-tasker for high-paced, fun environment. Full info HERE (4/15)
VP, CONTENT ACQUISITIONS >>
INSP LLC/CHARLOTTE, NC: Leads on high level negotiations with studios and independent content providers. Initiates and establishes strategic relationships and heads a research team to track and evaluate potential content opportunities. Minimum 5-7 years of cable TV network experience in acquisitions required. Full info HERE (4/14)
MANAGER, INTREGRATED MEDIA >>
FOX SPORTS/Los Angeles: Manage multiple aspects of paid campaigns, assist in monitoring and reporting on paid Digital, Programmatic, Search, and Social performance and provide an active voice communicating optimization opportunities and challenges. 5+ years of work experience in integrated and/or digital media planning/buying required. Full info HERE (4/14)
SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR >>
COINDESK INC/NYC/NY: Develop a unique, authoritative voice for CoinDesk products; write and edit quickly, cleanly and succinctly, and they must be a master of shaping copy and social-native content to match the voice of different social networks. 3-5 years of experience managing social media for a media company or comparable organization. Full info HERE (4/13)
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT >>
FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION/NYC/NY: Act as liaison between Executives and a wide array of internal and external contacts, screen and direct phone calls, draft and distribute correspondence as needed, and schedule meetings. Arrange travel schedule and organize travel arrangements and manage office supply closet and kitchen. 2-4 years of experience as an Executive Assistant, required. Full info HERE (4/12)
FREELANCE MANAGER, MULTI-PLATFOMR ANALYTICS >>
ViacomCBS – MTV ENTERTAINMENT GROUP/NYC, NY: Apply linear and digital Analytics across the MTV Entertainment Group portfolio to optimize content strategy across platforms and brands. Synthesize insights from every available data source in order to provide expert guidance on where content will best find its intended target. 3-5 years of related experience with Nielsen competence required. Full info HERE (4/12)
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE >>
FUTURE TODAY INC/NYC/CHICAGO: Build, maintain and expand a pipeline of sales targets, contacts, and sales opportunities leveraging your relationships. Well-versed in CTV; direct & programmatic. Kids space knowledge preferred. The company is growing and looking for motivated people with experience selling across one or more of these categories: CTV, OTT, OLV, Linear TV. Full info HERE (4/12)
SR DEVELOPMENT PRODUCER >>
AMERICAN PUBLIC MEDIA GROUP/ST PAUL, NYC, LA, REMOTE: Manage production and development of new podcasts, creating and commissioning sustainable, high quality shows. Pitch new show ideas, angles on stories, and create plans for how a new show or season will sound and be structured. 5-7 years of media production and/or content development, ideally in audio required. Full info HERE (4/11)
COORDINATOR, BRAND MARKETING >>
CROWN MEDIA FAMILY NETWORKS/LA, CA: Responsible for supporting the implementation of advertising campaigns, marketing partnerships, promotions, sweepstakes, experiential events, creative development & email marketing initiatives. Min 1yr of marketing exp within the entertainment industry. Full info HERE (4/11)
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER APM STUDIOS >>
AMERICAN PUBLIC MEDIA GROUP/ ST PAUL, NYC, LA, REMOTE: Lead production of APM Studios’ existing tentpole franchises, create and manage budgets and lead recruitment and development of senior staff, including hosts when applicable. 10 years’ relevant experience in content development and audio production, including 3-5 years at management/supervisory level required. Full info HERE (4/11)
FREELANCE ANALYST, CONTENT & BRAND INSIGHTS >>
MTV ENTERTAINMENT GROUP/NYC/NY: Implementation and analysis of owned & syndicated research strategy for Scripted, Comedic & Original Movie content. Monitor, interpret and compile findings from various research sources and disseminate it to key partners. Experience with qualitative and quantitative research techniques required. Full info HERE (4/10)
FREELANCE MANAGER, CONSUMER INSIGHTS ANALYTICS >>
MTV ENTERTAINMENT GROUP/NYC/NY: Analyze marketing efforts, determining promotional planning effectiveness, and providing insights to inform future marketing campaigns. Set up, track, pull and analyze data on multi-platform marketing and promotional planning campaigns and initiatives. 3-5 years of related experience (TV ratings and Nielsen measurement currency) required. Full info HERE (4/10)
DIRECTOR, CONTENT INSIGHTS >>
MTV ENTERTAINMENT GROUP/NYC/NY: Conceptualize and conduct proprietary quantitative and qualitative studies focused on targeted audience needs as well as more general cultural trends. Improve multi-platform performance of key franchises; 7+ years of related research experience, including Marketing, Creative and Content Research required. Full info HERE (4/10)
THE PALEY CENTER FOR MEDIA/NYC/NY: Develop events, series, festivals, exhibits that are topical, culturally relevant, impactful and inclusive. In depth knowledge of history and current trends to conduct research and generate weekly reports. 8+ years managerial experience of a content collection in a research library, archive, museum, or related setting. Full info HERE (4/9)
DIGITAL MEDIA PLANNER >>
BLUE PLATE MEDIA SERVICES/ SUMMIT NJ: Day-to-day planning, executing and management of Digital and Social Media campaigns. Evaluate digital media, social platforms and advertising products and manage the RFP process. Strong ability to use and interpret analytical data and arrive at sound conclusions. 5+ years Digital and Social Media marketing experience required. Full info HERE (4/9)
VICE PRESIDENT, MARKETING & PARTNER INSIGHTS >>
ViacomCBS/NY, NY: Partner and liaise with senior sales management on brand strategy and positioning. Measure the efficiency of traditional and non-traditional advertising campaigns and author and present consumer-focused research on brands, generations, trend and categories. 10+ years’ experience in media or consumer research required. Full info HERE (4/9)
DIRECTOR, DIGITAL SCHEDULING >>
PBS DISTRIBUTION/ARLINGTON VA: Lead PBSd’s digital scheduling function to support our growing distribution business across VOD, streaming and educational platforms by ensuring accurate, on-time content launches. Direct day-to-day activities of the scheduling team and execute on content release plans. 7-10 years’ experience in Content Scheduling/Programming required. Full info HERE (4/8)
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER, MEDIA & LABOR ECONOMICS >>
SAG-AFTRA/NY or LA: Conduct financial statement and operating analyses of publicly-held companies. Research, analyze and identify the implications for internal clients. Comprehensive understanding of micro- and macro-economics principles and have an understanding and awareness of worker rights impacting SAG-AFTRA members. Full info HERE (4/8)
PROJECT MANAGER, CREATIVE MARKETING CAMPAIGNS >>
ViacomCBS/NY/CA/REMOTE: Lead and track multiple creative projects and timelines simultaneously, work with agencies and marketing teams to assess initial requests for information, project parameters and priority scheduling. Significant experience working in production management/digital marketing/creative agency and/or professional services/consulting required. Full in HERE (4/8)
|TUESDAY APRIL 6
ABC: Pooch Perfect, Black-ish, Mixed-ish, Soul of a Nation
CBS: NCIS, FBI, FBI: Most Wanted
CW: The Flash, Supergirl
FOX: The Resident, The Masked Singer
NBC: Young Rock, Kenan, This Is Us, New Amsterdam
Telemundo: Exatlon Estados Unidos, La Suerte de Loli, Buscando a Frida
Univision: La Rosa de Guadalupe, Te Acuerdas Di Mi, La Hija Del Embajador