I was walking on the Fox lot not long ago when my companion, a TV producer, pointed to a figure just ahead of us. "That's Peter Rice," he said. "Notice there's no shadow."
Rice's shadow was in fact looming behind him, but I got the joke. Rice, the newly anointed most powerful man in television, is by design so low profile he may seem absent. He dislikes parties, doesn't do interviews, avoids fundraisers and, in meetings, may be cryptic to the point of silence.
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