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'''Geraldine Laybourne''' (born May 19, 1947) was the first president of [[Nickelodeon]], from [[1984]] to [[1996]], after which she left to become president of Disney-ABC Cable Networks. During her tenure at Nickelodeon, the network became the top-rated 24-hour cable programming service and won many awards. She was one of the first people to focus on television programming for kids.
 
'''Geraldine Laybourne''' (born May 19, 1947) was the first president of [[Nickelodeon]], from [[1984]] to [[1996]], after which she left to become president of Disney-ABC Cable Networks. During her tenure at Nickelodeon, the network became the top-rated 24-hour cable programming service and won many awards. She was one of the first people to focus on television programming for kids.
   
Up until her departure, ''[[Nickelodeon Magazine]]'' featured regular interviews with her under the heading ''Ask the Boss Lady''.
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Up until her departure in 1996, ''[[Nickelodeon Magazine]]'' featured regular interviews with her under the heading ''Ask the Boss Lady''.
   
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
 
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Ask_the_Boss_Lady_Geraldine_Laybourne_Nick_Mag_Summer_1993.jpg|Summer 1993
 
Nickelodeon Magazine Holiday 1993 Ask the Boss Lady Geraldine Laybourne interview.jpg|'Ask the Boss Lady' Holiday 1993
 
Nickelodeon Magazine Holiday 1993 Ask the Boss Lady Geraldine Laybourne interview.jpg|'Ask the Boss Lady' Holiday 1993
 
Ask_the_Boss_Lady_Geraldine_Laybourne_Nick_Mag_Feb_March_1994.jpg|February/March 1994
 
Ask_the_Boss_Lady_Geraldine_Laybourne_Nick_Mag_Feb_March_1994.jpg|February/March 1994

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Geraldine Laybourne (born May 19, 1947) was the first president of Nickelodeon, from 1984 to 1996, after which she left to become president of Disney-ABC Cable Networks. During her tenure at Nickelodeon, the network became the top-rated 24-hour cable programming service and won many awards. She was one of the first people to focus on television programming for kids.

Up until her departure in 1996, Nickelodeon Magazine featured regular interviews with her under the heading Ask the Boss Lady.

Gallery

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