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115- Get Ready to Walk the Show Floor at NAB
101-SAG-AFTRA Members Ratify TV Animation Agreements
101- The Octogenerian - ATSA, 'a glittering dream' in retrospect
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101- The Annual PaleyFest is headed back to the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood

LOS ANGELES, February 2024 -- The Paley Center for Media announced the schedule for the 41st annual William S. Paley Television Festival, which will take place from Friday, April 12 through Saturday, April 20, at the DOLBY THEATRE in Hollywood.
•••• The nation's premier television festival celebrating creative excellence, PaleyFest LA brings audiences together with television's brightest stars from the most acclaimed and buzzworthy TV shows, and features screenings of special preview and premiere content with never-before-seen TV footage.
•••• The 2024 selections encompass a collection of the best programs that television has to offer featuring beloved shows celebrating their farewell seasons and milestone anniversaries, as well new shows certain to take their place among television's most iconic series and current fan favorites. This year's festival will open with a conversation with the stars of the award-winning The Morning Show (Apple TV+), which will be followed by events honoring Loki (Disney+), Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO) and Young Sheldon (CBS) both celebrating their farewell seasons, the highly anticipated Avatar: The Last Airbender (Netflix), Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC) celebrating its 10th anniversary, Family Guy (FOX) celebrating its 25th anniversary with a live table read, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS).
•••• The 2024 lineup includes Curb Your Enthusiasm, Loki, The Morning Show, Young Sheldon, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and a 25th anniversary celebration of Family Guy. As you'd expect from that lineup of shows, the assortment of celebrities is just as stacked, including Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hiddleston, Iain Armitage, Albert Kim, Seth Meyers, Larry David, Cheryl Hines, Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Mila Kunis and Stephen Colbert. 
•••• PaleyFest LA supports the Paley Center's many education initiatives including education workshops serving 10,000 youth annually, the PaleyImpact series featuring programs centered on today's most pressing social issues and the role of media in our society, and the continued preservation of the Paley Archive, featuring more than 160,000 historically significant television and radio programs, as well as television commercials.
About The Paley Center for Media:
•••• The Paley Center for Media is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has celebrated the cultural, creative, and social significance of media and its impact on society for almost 50 years and owns and operates the iconic Paley Museum in NYC. Through its respected programming, the Paley Center leads the discussion about the cultural, creative, and social significance of media, drawing upon its curatorial expertise, an international collection, and close relationships with the media community. The general public can participate in Paley programs in both New York and Los Angeles that explore and celebrate the creativity, the innovations, the talent, and the leaders who are shaping media.
•••• The public can also access the Paley Center's permanent media collection, The Paley Archive, often referred to as a national treasure, containing over 160,000 television and radio programs and advertisements. Through the global programs of its Media Council and International Council, the Paley Center also serves as a neutral setting where media professionals can engage in discussion and debate about the evolving media landscape. Previously known as The Museum of Television & Radio, the Paley Center was founded in 1975 by William S. Paley, a pioneering innovator in the industry.
•••• Citi Cardholders and Paley Members receive presale access to tickets. Additionally, the Paley Center Member community receives the exclusive Members-Only benefit of discounts on PaleyFest LA tickets, as well as presale access to tickets that allows for selection of the best seats in the house before they sell out, plus year-round benefits for Paley programs and events.

To become a Paley Member, please visit:
www.paleycenter.org/join-us.
For more information about The Paley Center for Media, and to learn about the Paley Center's acclaimed programming, please visit
www.paleycenter.org
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101- SAG-AFTRA, Record Labels Reach Tentative Sound Recordings Agreement
Deal Includes Groundbreaking A.I. Protections, SAG-AFTRA Executive Committee Unanimously Approves the Agreement, will go to Members for Vote
LOS ANGELES (April 12, 2024) -- SAG-AFTRA and leading record labels reached a tentative multiyear agreement on a successor contract to the SAG-AFTRA National Code of Fair Practice for Sound Recordings.

Covering the period starting Jan. 1, 2021, and ending Dec. 31, 2026, the agreement includes Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group and Disney Music Group.

The SAG-AFTRA Executive Committee unanimously approved the tentative agreement on Wednesday, April 10. It will now be sent to members for ratification.

SAG-AFTRA National Executive Director & Chief Negotiator Duncan Crabtree-Ireland said, "SAG-AFTRA and the music industry's largest record labels have reached a groundbreaking agreement establishing, for the first time, collective bargaining guardrails assuring singers and recording artists ethical and responsible treatment in the use of artificial intelligence in the music industry. It is a testament to our mutual unwavering commitment to work together to safeguard the rights, dignity and creative freedom of our members.

"This agreement ensures that our members are protected. SAG-AFTRA stands firm in the belief that while technology can enhance the creative process, the essence of music must always be rooted in genuine human expression and experience. We look forward to working alongside our industry partners to foster an environment where innovation serves to elevate, not diminish, the unique value of each artist's contribution to our rich cultural tapestry."

The Record Label Negotiating Committee said, "We are pleased to reach this agreement with SAG-AFTRA and continue our strong partnership as we enter this exciting and fast-moving new era for music and artists. Together, we'll chart a successful course forward, embracing new opportunities and facing our common challenges, strengthened by our shared values and commitment to human artistry."

The artificial intelligence guardrails take effect immediately upon ratification. The terms "artist," "singer," and "royalty artist," under this agreement only include humans. In this agreement, clear and conspicuous consent, along with minimum compensation requirements and specific details of intended use, are required prior to the release of a sound recording that uses a digital replication of an artist's voice.

Additional highlights among the contract gains include increased minimums, health and retirement improvements, and an increase in the percentage of streaming revenue to be covered by contributions, among other gains.
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101-Music Coalitions Respond to SAG-AFTRA Sound Recordings Code Tentative Agreement
Deal Includes 26.3% Compounded Wage Increase and Groundbreaking A.I. Protections 
Los Angeles (April 12, 2024) -- Today, SAG-AFTRA and the leading record labels -- Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group and Disney Music Group --  announced a tentative multiyear agreement on a successor contract to the SAG-AFTRA National Code of Fair Practice for Sound Recordings.

Music creator groups have lauded the new SAG-AFTRA Sound Recordings Code:
"The music business has historically lagged behind on technological developments. This time, with A.I., MAC, BMAC and SONA joined forces with SAG-AFTRA to ensure that artists are protected upfront. This collective bargaining agreement with our label partners is a great first step to make sure artists have creative control and get paid," said Music Artists Coalition Founder Irving Azoff. "Congratulations to Duncan, Jeff and the SAG-AFTRA team."

"BMAC salutes SAG-AFTRA on reaching a tentative deal on their Sound Recordings Code. For too long industry standards have failed to protect artists' rights especially that of Black artists, and this establishment of meaningful standards on A.I. aligns with BMAC's mission of justice through parity and equal protection," said BMAC Co-Founder, President, and CEO Willie "Prophet" Stiggers.

"SONA congratulates SAG-AFTRA on reaching a tentative deal on their Sound Recordings Code," said Dina LaPolt, attorney, co-founder and board member of Songwriters of North America. "SAG-AFTRA has achieved an agreement that includes important protections for recording artists and meaningful standards on A.I. for the music industry. As artists and industry allies, we are grateful for the union's work in designing guardrails around emerging technology. This is a crucial step in ultimately protecting all creator rights."

SAG-AFTRA recognizes the Music Artists Coalition, Black Music Action Coalition and Songwriters of North America for their support and contributions on behalf of featured artists and all SAG-AFTRA members in these negotiations.
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 • 109- Last total solar eclipse for the next 20 years in the contiguous United States.
•••• On April 8, 2024, the contiguous United States will witness its last total solar eclipse for the next 20 years.
•••• The moon's total eclipse shadow will cross the Rio Grande into Texas at 1:25 p.m. Central time and trace an arc through 15 states all the way to Maine before crossing into Canada. The lower 48 states won't see another total solar eclipse until August 2044.
•••While many Americans are lucky enough to live in the direct path of the total eclipse, most will need to travel to see it. We've put together this guide on how you can safely see the eclipse, and how to find spots across the country likely to have the best viewing experience

Eclipse basics
Partial vs. total solar eclipses
•••No matter where they are in the continental U.S., members will see a partial solar eclipse, in which the moon covers some but not all of the sun. Cities that are close to the centerline of the eclipse but outside the path of totality, such as Houston and Cincinnati, will see the sun almost entirely covered. Cities that are farther away will see less coverage. Los Angeles, for example, will only see about half the sun covered at maximum partial eclipse. The partial eclipse lasts a few hours, depending on where it's viewed.
•••Members who live in or travel to a narrow strip that stretches from the Rio Grande Valley in Texas across South, Midwest, and Northern New England will see a total solar eclipse, meaning the sun will be 100% covered by the moon--an event referred to as "totality."
•••Though the total eclipse will only last a few minutes at each location, it's the most spectacular part of the event: stars are visible during the day, and it's the only time the sun's corona is visible to the naked eye. 

Safe viewing
•••Proper eye protection is necessary to view a partial solar eclipse; even when partially covered, the sun can still cause serious eye damage. Regular sunglasses aren't enough, either--those who plan to look directly at the partial eclipse should plan ahead and buy specialized eclipse viewers that use appropriate solar-filtering material.
•••Another tried-and-true method is to make a simple pinhole camera by poking a hole in a sheet of paper and letting the sun project through it onto another surface.
•••AAA TIP: Many eclipse events have eclipse glasses and other viewers available, either for free or for purchase, but it's always possible they'll run out. Getting your viewers ahead of time ensures you won't be left out.  
•••Eye protection isn't necessary during the brief total solar eclipse since the sun is completely obscured. However, viewers should take caution to ensure that the total eclipse has truly begun before removing protective eye gear, and be sure to put it back on immediately as soon as the total eclipse transitions back into a partial eclipse. 

Where to see the 2024 eclipse
There are many considerations when deciding where to go to view an eclipse.

••••All else equal, lower elevations are better than higher ones, as they are less likely to develop cloud cover.

•••••Check weather forecasts starting a few days before the eclipse. Cloud cover and rainy weather are very common across much of the U.S. in early April. If cloud cover is reliably predicted for your viewing spot, look for another spot with better odds of clear skies.

•••••Because the moon's shadow is a circle, viewing spots closer to the centerline of the eclipse path will see longer total eclipses. In Ohio, Toledo is on the edge of totality and will only see 1 minute and 53 seconds of total eclipse. Viewers willing to travel an hour southeast to Sandusky, however, will see a total eclipse that lasts twice as long: 3 minutes and 46 seconds.

•••••Public gathering places such as parks and observatories will be crowded the day of the eclipse. Arrive early or seek an out-of-the-way venue instead. Expect traffic after the eclipse, too, as many viewers try to leave at once. 
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101- The Annual PaleyFest is headed back to the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood

LOS ANGELES, February 2024 -- The Paley Center for Media announced the schedule for the 41st annual William S. Paley Television Festival, which will take place from Friday, April 12 through Saturday, April 20, at the DOLBY THEATRE in Hollywood.
•••• The nation's premier television festival celebrating creative excellence, PaleyFest LA brings audiences together with television's brightest stars from the most acclaimed and buzzworthy TV shows, and features screenings of special preview and premiere content with never-before-seen TV footage.
•••• The 2024 selections encompass a collection of the best programs that television has to offer featuring beloved shows celebrating their farewell seasons and milestone anniversaries, as well new shows certain to take their place among television's most iconic series and current fan favorites. This year's festival will open with a conversation with the stars of the award-winning The Morning Show (Apple TV+), which will be followed by events honoring Loki (Disney+), Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO) and Young Sheldon (CBS) both celebrating their farewell seasons, the highly anticipated Avatar: The Last Airbender (Netflix), Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC) celebrating its 10th anniversary, Family Guy (FOX) celebrating its 25th anniversary with a live table read, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS).
•••• The 2024 lineup includes Curb Your Enthusiasm, Loki, The Morning Show, Young Sheldon, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and a 25th anniversary celebration of Family Guy. As you'd expect from that lineup of shows, the assortment of celebrities is just as stacked, including Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hiddleston, Iain Armitage, Albert Kim, Seth Meyers, Larry David, Cheryl Hines, Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Mila Kunis and Stephen Colbert. 
•••• PaleyFest LA supports the Paley Center's many education initiatives including education workshops serving 10,000 youth annually, the PaleyImpact series featuring programs centered on today's most pressing social issues and the role of media in our society, and the continued preservation of the Paley Archive, featuring more than 160,000 historically significant television and radio programs, as well as television commercials.
About The Paley Center for Media:
•••• The Paley Center for Media is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has celebrated the cultural, creative, and social significance of media and its impact on society for almost 50 years and owns and operates the iconic Paley Museum in NYC. Through its respected programming, the Paley Center leads the discussion about the cultural, creative, and social significance of media, drawing upon its curatorial expertise, an international collection, and close relationships with the media community. The general public can participate in Paley programs in both New York and Los Angeles that explore and celebrate the creativity, the innovations, the talent, and the leaders who are shaping media.
•••• The public can also access the Paley Center's permanent media collection, The Paley Archive, often referred to as a national treasure, containing over 160,000 television and radio programs and advertisements. Through the global programs of its Media Council and International Council, the Paley Center also serves as a neutral setting where media professionals can engage in discussion and debate about the evolving media landscape. Previously known as The Museum of Television & Radio, the Paley Center was founded in 1975 by William S. Paley, a pioneering innovator in the industry.
•••• Citi Cardholders and Paley Members receive presale access to tickets. Additionally, the Paley Center Member community receives the exclusive Members-Only benefit of discounts on PaleyFest LA tickets, as well as presale access to tickets that allows for selection of the best seats in the house before they sell out, plus year-round benefits for Paley programs and events.

To become a Paley Member, please visit:
www.paleycenter.org/join-us.
For more information about The Paley Center for Media, and to learn about the Paley Center's acclaimed programming, please visit
www.paleycenter.org
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115- NAB Show Get Ready to Walk the Show Floor at NAB
The NAB Show Daily brings First Look, a glimpse at the innovations in technology and new products you will see at the show, along with some exhibitor viewpoints and events happening on the show floor. Join us as we prepare to head to Las Vegas for the opening of the exhibit floor on April 14. Need help navigating the show? Consider a tour. Are you an exhibitor? We welcome your news for editorial consideration here.

HUNT VALLEY, Md. & ARLINGTON, Va.-- In an notable development that could help more public broadcasters get on the air with NextGen TV services, Sinclair Broadcast Group and America's Public Television Stations (APTS) have announced that in markets where Sinclair has deployed a NextGen TV Broadcast Service (aka ATSC 3.0) and a public television station has not, Sinclair will provide free carriage of a virtual channel from that public television station.
•••• Carriage of a broadcast-enabled virtual channel involves transmitting programming data within the NextGen signal that allows over-the-air viewers with NextGen TVs to see and select the channel in their programming guide and access the channel seamlessly over the Internet. 
••••Under this arrangement, Sinclair will provide hosting at no cost to the public television station. The public television stations will also have the option to pass through programming in high dynamic range (HDR), significantly enhancing the video quality to the viewers. Technologies such as Advanced HDR by Technicolor will allow content to be visually enhanced on NextGen TVs that support the improved picture format.
••••"America's Public Television Stations partner with Sinclair to offer more NextGen service to more public television viewers," said Patrick Butler, president and CEO of APTS. "We are proud to have helped public television stations in almost 30 markets make the transition to the NextGen TV broadcast standard. This partnership with Sinclair will help serve local communities while we work with other public television stations to transition to NextGen TV to advance their public service missions."
••••"We are thrilled to continue our partnership with America's Public Television Stations to help bring the next generation of television to all viewers," said Rob Weisbord, Sinclair's chief operating officer and president of Broadcast. "For public television stations that face challenges in launching NextGen service, we hope that this offer will help get them in the advanced TV game and set the stage for their eventual launch of this spectacular service over the air."
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SAG-AFTRA Members Ratify TV Animation Agreements
LOS ANGELES (Mar. 22, 2024) -- In national voting completed today, members of SAG-AFTRA ratified the 2023 Television Animation Agreement and the 2023 Basic Cable Animation Agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. Members approved the new three-year contracts by a vote of 95.52% to 4.48%.

•• The contracts provide strong protections around the use of artificial intelligence and a pattern-busting 7% wage increase that applies retroactively to July 1, 2023.

••• For a full list of provisions achieved in the contracts, please see the summary

••• "The foundation of this agreement was based on the feedback we got from members who work these contracts, and that remained the negotiating committee's focus throughout bargaining. We are proud to have delivered an agreement that offers big wins in those areas," said TV Animation Negotiating Committee Co-Chairs Bob Bergen and David Jolliffe. "This is the first SAG-AFTRA animation voiceover contract with protections against the misuse of artificial intelligence."

•• "This contract represents a meaningful step forward in expanding our A.I. protections. The contract provides important new terms in the areas of foreign residuals, high-budget SVOD productions, late payments and much more. I am gratified we were able to achieve these significant gains without the need for a work stoppage, and want to express my appreciation to our outstanding negotiating committee chairs and members, as well as lead negotiator Ray Rodriguez and the dedicated negotiating staff," said National Executive Director & Chief Negotiator Duncan Crabtree-Ireland.

••• Votes were submitted online and by mail-in ballot, with the deadline of today, March 22, 2024, at 5 p.m. PDT. The final vote was certified by Integrity Voting Systems, an impartial election service based in Everett, Washington. The agreement becomes effective retroactive to July 1, 2023, and expires June 30, 2026.

•••• Negotiations between SAG-AFTRA and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers were delayed due to last year's TV/Theatrical strike, and the previous contract was extended. On Feb. 22, SAG-AFTRA announced the tentative agreement with the AMPTPT.
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101- The Octogenerian - ATAS a glittering dream - By Syd Cassyd
Permission was given by Syd Cassyd to Josie Cory, TVI for publishing.
Hollywood, CA - The glittering dreams of the world for a new culture and perhaps world peace through television and radio turned to ashes when Hitler used all media to destroy the dreams and bodies of more than 30 million persons.
•••• When in 1946 seven industryites in communications joined me in founding the "first generation" of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, we didn't foresee that in 43 years we would get the recognition that the "third generation" TV Academy has today,
••••We weren't naïve, for since Jan. 6, 1884, the first TV system had already been patented. For those 62 years world leaders had already visualized the impact of the moving image of television on society. The problems in America was not when, but who would control the new technology.
••••Last week when ABC's former chairman, Leonard Goldenson, gave the Academy Foundation $1 million the "first generation,' we founders, knew that we had arrived. Elton Rule, former ABC president, is president of the foundation. Delbert Mann, a Burnside Avenue resident, is a member of the foundation.
••••From 1949, when ATAS brought forth the Emmy, the "third generation" Academy, the present one, reorganized in 1977, owned a little figure worth $1.5 million. That's the price the network now pay to broadcast the awards. But over the 43 years of ATAS history there have been many problems. Though we in ATAS, in 1949, did not copyright the Emmy, wed did protect it.
••••At lunch last week with Karl Malden and other film Academy moguls, I heard their problem of copyrights. Owners of the Oscars wanted to sell them at auction. But a clause in the contract provided that the Academy should have first choice in buying back an unwanted Oscar.
••••We, in the TV Academy, back in 1949, had that same clause for our trophy. But when New York and Hollywood were fighting over a personnel problem of aid presidents, employees of the Academy, the problem of copyright ownership of the Emmy was a part of a $100 million suit.
••••Believe me, if I had known of the million dollar goldmine which TV brought to our little "first generation" Academy, I would have hired some of those $100,000 attorneys, too. We could have protected the growth of ATAS in a more dignified method. We wouldn't have "three generations."
••••Watching all these goings on over 43 years, I had a point of view. If any power group in this huge organization wanted me to take sides, they would have to ay. One president wanted to know who owned the Emmy. Was there any agreement, etc.? I told them if they would pay me $2,000 for the history I would hire someone to write it with me. Lionel Rolfe and Nigey Lennon obliged. Printing costs were billed to ATAS.
••••But the slick attorneys slipped me a "mickey." That's a good old New York talk for a pill. They demanded that I leave my archives about the Academy to them, when I died. Strangely enough because I was abut to move, I donated all that material to ATAS/UCLA and thy picked it up in three van loads. Everything pertaining to NATAS.
••••Two weeks ago, the new resident of ATAS wanted to know what I did with the $2,000 and the Archives. In the haste of takeover by the "third generation," no once know that they had my donation already.
••••Because there are three generations of the Academy, each of the latter two calling themselves the "new" Academy, undoubtedly when the foundation selects people for the Hall of Fame, no one will be around to know that back in 1946, her was a "founder."
••••As Fred Sage, the fine actor in the "Wonder Years" notes, each generation has their own heroes.
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• 107- Syd Cassyd, Remembered
Hollywood - (February 202
4 ) Syd Cassyd was the Founder of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
••• Cassyd worked for the Army Signal Corps as a film editor under then-Col. Frank Capra during World War II. After the war, Cassyd moved to Hollywood, where he worked as an editor for Box Office magazine, as well as a grip at Paramount Pictures.
••• It was at Paramount that he met and teamed up with Klaus Landsberg, known for, among other things, pioneering live TV news coverage. Cassyd and Landsberg worked on an experimental Los Angeles television station that would eventually become KTLA-TV Channel 5.
•••While at KTLA, Cassyd felt that TV needed an organization in which people could share their ideas about the fledgling medium and talk about the future of the industry. He founded the academy with seven people who came to the first meeting. By the fifth meeting, there were 250 members.
•••Syd Cassyd founded the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in 1946, which has grown into one of the most influential organizations in the entertainment industry. In addition to sponsoring the annual Emmy Awards, which recognize outstanding entertainment and news achievement in television, the academy has a variety of outreach and archival programs.
•••Cassyd became the fourth president of the Academy in 1950 and over the years held various other positions. In 1991, the Academy's Board of Governors created the Syd Cassyd Founder's Award in his honor and presented the first to him.
•••In 1996, Cassyd received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
•••Cassyd died February 4, 2000, in Los Angeles, California. He was 91.
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• 101- History of the Television Academy - The Beginning: Syd Cassyd's Dream
The history of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) dates to the earliest days of the television industry itself. When Syd Cassyd, its founder, first conceived of the organization, he envisioned a serious forum where all aspects and concerns of the fledgling medium could be discussed. Flash and glamor were of no interest to Cassyd. Indeed, for years he refused to even consider the notion of handing out awards.

"He thought television was a really wonderful tool for education," recalled his daughter, Donna Cassyd. "He used to make us watch shows like Omnibus, with Alistair Cook."

Fortunately for Cassyd and the other founders of the Television Academy, the organization eventually became both a place for serious discussion as well as a place to celebrate the industry's finest achievements with its annual Emmy Awards ceremonies.
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Trivia: What other event occurred in 1902, the year of Stubblefields's public demonstration in 1902.

A: The founding of J.C. Penney stores by James Cash.
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•••• In Life's current Bicentennial issue, radio checks in, at #86 on the hot "100 Events That Shaped America," 19 buttons behind Bell's telephone. Erroneously, Life lists Guglielmo Marcon's dots and dashes as the first wireless broadcast, a fable echoed by the World Almanac and Encyclopedia Britannica. It's a forgivable mumpsimus, since the evidence offered on the following pages has not, until now, appeared in any national publication.
•••• The birth of broadcasting is a bizarre soap opera saga, a lacrymal legend of mystery, machination, ephemeral enshrinement, decline, disillusionment and disaster. It's denouncement dissolves six miles north of Murray, Kentucky, in a two-room shanty constructed of pine and cornstalks, where radio's uncelebrated architect is discovered 48 hours after his death, his records scattered, his equipment destroyed, his brain partly eaten by rats. Even local radio fails to mention his demise. He is Nathan Beverly Stubblefield, the man history over-heard and then overlooked.
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The '88 Shanghai Concert was the beginnings of Troy's concert tours in China for the next two decades. The concerts, just to name a few, included the following cities: Shanghai, Beijing, Anshan, Harbin, Fuzhou and and Tsingtao (Qingdao)
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Rice died May 19, 2022 at the age of 81 in Daytona Beach, Florida
••• He grew up in the mountains of North Carolina, and fell in love with the beaches of Florida on a childhood visit. He made his home in Daytona Beach, where he worked as a high school chemistry teacher and part-time lifeguard.
••• It was at his part-time job that Rice was inspired by seeing people all over the beach using Coppertone suntan lotion. He became determined to create a unique competitor, using his chemistry knowledge to experiment with a suntan lotion formula, scented with coconut and fruit.
••• He famously mixed his first formula in a garbage can, bottling it at home in his garage with a $500 loan from his father to launch his business. He named it Hawaiian Tropic to evoke an exotic beach locale.
••• His experiment was a hit making him a multi-millionaire, with his Hawaiian Tropic suncare brand creating sales of $110 million per year.
••• Ricewith his Hawaiian Tropic brand became known for sponsoring beauty pageants and NASCAR racecars.
••• In 2004 he accompanied Troy Cory to a concert tour through China.
•••After selling Hawaiian Tropic to Playtex in 2007, Rice returned to the industry in recent years with the suncare brand Habana Brisa.
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Scott Bryan Whitenack passed away untimely on September 18, in Los Angeles, CA.
•••• Scott, aka Scott Stubblefield, was one of four children with siblings, Alden, Keith, and Priscilla. (His brother Keith pre-ceded him in death at the age of 32). His parents were Troy Cory Stubblefield, an entertainer and author and Dorothy Swafford, owner of a furniture and antiques retail store. Scott's children are Steven, David and grand-children, William, Bruce, Cora and Max, borne to Steven and Skylark. Scott's great-grandfather is Nathan B. Stubblefield, the inventor of Radio, in 1882, and patent holder of the wireless telephone (1908) and his great-great-great .... grandparents were - John and Priscilla Alden who were part of the pilgrimage who sailed on the Mayflower to Plymouth Rock from England in 1620.

(The Stubblefield story is incorporated within several photographs and denotes of and about S Scott to show how their personal ambitions and dreams parallel each other - both died - before their dreams and ambitions were fulfilled)

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During the time he studied for the State Bar, Scott lived with Josie and myself on our family estate in Pasadena. He passed the State Bar the first time and was among only 33% to do so.
The balance of time was spent doing cinematography for my TV shows, which he considered an artistic outlet besides his major life's work, in the field of law. After he passed the State Bar he handled numerous legal cases and ended up working as an associate lawyer with Melvin Belli with whom he engaged in several cases and won a lawsuit that became precedent case law. Whitenack was committed to his legal profession for over three decades.

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If you needed legal advice or help with a motion filing, Scott was there with his trusty law books. He was very intelligent, outspoken and an independent thinker.
•••• He also was a family man, who loved hiking and scuba diving, a good game of tennis and enjoyed bringing his sons to Paramount Ranch for regular family outings and Father's Day get-togethers.
•••• As to his love for cinematography he videotaped additional segments for the movie "Christmas around the World." Scott later became my producer and cinematographer for "To Catch a Dream" filmed in Europe. The video project brought him and the production team to Paris, Venice, Cannes, Munich and Salzburg. Said footage with perfect picture-book pans of the Eiffel Tower, the Seine River, the leaning Tower of Pisa and the Venice Bridge of Sigh, is a legacy he left behind for us.
•••• In the early 90s during the writing of our 4-volume set of books entitled "the SMART-DAAF Boys" about the invention of radio and the the wireless telephone, Scott lent a helpful hand in giving his legal aspect of his great-grandfather Nathan Stubblefield's copyrighted and patented invention. He also was the co-author of "Bank America, the Tortfeasor."

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•••• His favorite poem is found on a card he prepared for one of my Father's Days titled "The Force That Through The Green Fuse Drives The Flower."

••••• He leaves behind his father, Troy Cory-Stubblefield, his mother Dorothy Steele, sister Priscilla Stubblefield Cory, brother and sister-in-law Alden and Sara Stubblefield, step mother Josie Cory-Stubblefield, sons David and Steven, daughter-in law Skylar, and great-grandchildren, William, Bruce, Cora and Max; Nephew Ryan White, and niece Jenny Wharton. His brother Keith pre-ceded him in death at the age of 32.

 

 

 

 

 


 

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