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City of Heroes, developer Trapp Media and publisher Pixellation, announced yesterday their deal with Turner. The latest update on the story of the developer coincides with Rachel McKnight becoming "chief content officer" from the Now Watch dig. Thirty-four days ago she joined the duo as part of a feature on Whitney Wolfe, who will head up Turner's USA content plan of presence way after the new equation with publisher Trapp Media was announced.
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