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Sam Rubin, KTLA journalist and longtime entertainment anchor, dies at 64
LA Screenings Live Event May 15 - 17
Net Neutrality: Title I and II- Broadband Regulation for Ideology's Sake
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• 114 -Sam Rubin, KTLA journalist and longtime
entertainment anchor, dies at 64
115- LA Screenings is back at the Century Plaza, May 15 - 17
101- Meet the Stars: 100 Years of MGM Studios
and the Golden Age of Hollywood at the Hollywood Heritage Museum
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SAG-AFTRA Members Ratify 2024
Sound Recordings Code Contract
• 106- ICLE Statement on the FCC's Net Neutrality Rule
106- Net Neutrality: Title I and II - Regulation for Ideology's Sake
24th Beverly Hills Film Festival® to take place May 14
 • 115-CineWaves motiv will be gracing the FILMFEST MÜNCHEN Awards
101- 2nd annual benefit for Pasadena Playhouse
The PLAYHOUSE PARTY Raises Over $675,000

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101- SAG-AFTRA, Record Labels Reach Tentative
Sound Recordings Agreement
101-Music Coalitions Respond to SAG-AFTRA Sound Recordings Code Tentative Agreement
109- Last total solar eclipse for the next 20 years
in the contiguous United States
101- The Annual PaleyFest is headed back to
the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood
101-SAG-AFTRA Members Ratify TV Animation Agreements
101- The Octogenerian - ATSA, 'a glittering dream' in retrospect
107- Syd Cassyd, Remembered
History of the Television Academy -
The Beginning: Syd Cassyd's Dream
115- Get Ready to Walk the Show Floor at NAB

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Meet the Stars: 100 Years of MGM Studios and the Golden Age of Hollywood at the Hollywood Heritage Museum
Hollywood, CA, (TVI Magagazine) 4/26/24
The Hollywood Heritage Museum's Spring 2024 exhibit "Meet The Stars:100 Years of MGM Studios and the Golden Age of Hollywood" opened April 6. celebrating Hollywood's Golden era and highlighting Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios 100th anniversary. The exhibit culls from the private vintage collections of over 20 motion picture memorabilia collectors to exhibit artifacts of the Golden Age of Hollywood - many items unseen by the public for decades! 
•••• The Hollywood Heritage Museum is a must-visit for cinema enthusiasts. It is located in the oldest surviving motion picture studio in Hollywood. Here, you can learn about the history of the studio and how it played a crucial role in the birth of Paramount Pictures Corporation in 1916. The first feature length film was produced here in 1912 by Jesse L. Lasky and Cecil B. DeMille. This 1901 barn turned studio was designated California State Historic Landmark No. 554 in 1956.
•••• Exhibit highlights: Among the over 20 screen-worn costumes, is a Judy Garland blouse from MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS (1944), memorabilia from the 1937 MGM Exhibitors Convention, personal items from the career of child star Cora Sue Collins, Lewis Stone's QUEEN CHRISTINA costume, not seen for 91 years), the once-thought-lost 1937 "Farewell to Earth" portrait of Jean Harlow, commissioned posthumously by the actress' mother, a 1932 MGM premiere guest registry from GRAND HOTEL, signed by Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, Louis B. Mayer and Cecil B. DeMille, vintage Disney dolls and dolls bearing the likenesses of Judy Garland, Shirley Temple, Carmen Miranda and Deanna Durbin, The fur coat worn by Best Actress Oscar winner Luise Rainer (THE GOOD EARTH, 1936) at the Academy Awards, Jean Harlow's lipstick blots saved by her makeup artist - and much more representing over 30 early 20th century motion picture stars!
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114- Sam Rubin, KTLA journalist and longtime entertainment anchor, dies at 64••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••- Television Int'l Magazine -
SamRubin230w.jpg"KTLA 5 is profoundly saddened to report the death of Sam Rubin. Sam was a giant in the local news industry and the entertainment world, and a fixture of Los Angeles morning television for decades. His laugh, charm and caring personality touched all who knew him. Sam was a loving husband and father: the roles he cherished the most. Our thoughts are with Sam's family during this difficult time."
••••"Sam was a giant in the local news industry and the entertainment world, and a fixture of Los Angeles morning television for decades," KTLA said in an X post. "His laugh, charm and caring personality touched all who knew him. Sam was a loving husband and father: the roles he cherished the most. Our thoughts are with Sam's family during this difficult time."
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Rubin died at his home of a heart attack. His last appearance on KTLA was on May 9. He did not appear Friday on KTLA's 7-9 a.m. "Morning News" as usual. KTLA reported that Rubin's colleagues said he "showed no outward signs of illness" the day before.
•••• Mr. Rubin's death was announced by a KTLA anchor, Frank Buckley. A tribute segment that aired on the station said the cause was a heart attack.
•••• The news of Rubin's death hit Hollywood hard with an outpouring of sadness and tributes from actors on both coasts.
•••• Sam Rubin was born on Feb. 16, 1960, in San Diego. He attended Occidental College in Los Angeles and earned a degree in American studies and rhetoric.
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SamWithMike230w.jpgAfter working as a correspondent for several local outlets covering entertainment news, Mr. Rubin joined KTLA in 1991 and quickly made a name for himself with his unexpected questions and easy charm. He enjoyed rare longevity with a single station throughout his career.
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Sam Rubin won multiple Emmy Awards for his coverage, and a lifetime achievement award from the Southern California Broadcasters Association. He used his celebrity acumen as co-author of two celebrity biographies, one about former first lady Jacqueline Onassis, and actress Mia Farrow.
•••• In addition to his work as an anchor, Rubin's television production company SRE, Inc. has produced more than 200 hours of broadcast and cable programming including "Live From" red carpet shows and 120 episodes of talk show "Hollywood Uncensored."
•••• "Sam's generous spirit, unfailing good humor and deep knowledge of "Hollywood" made him a legend in the entertainment business and a trusted friend to millions of viewers .
•••• Mr. Rubin is survived by his wife, Leslie Gale Shuman, and four children.
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115- LA Screenings is back at the Century Plaza, May 15 - 17
Los Angeles - May 2, 2024 -- The LA Screening annually held in May in Los Angeles after the NY Upfronts is being held this year at the New Fairmont Century Plaza, in Century City. It attracts over 1,000 top level television content buyers from all over the world to screen their content from independent companies to major studios. This event takes place days before the studios present their U.S. TV networks' upcoming lineup.
•••• LA Screenings is back at the Century Plaza! set on the backlot of the former 20th Century Fox Studios. Fairmont Century Plaza has a long history as a cultural epicenter originally deemed "The Hotel of the Future," Century Plaza has always been home to industry disruptors, beloved Hollywood stars, American Presidents, cultural trend setters, and those just looking to bask in the energy of it all. Major moment in history have taken place in its storied ballroom from the Emmys to the Grammys to presidential state dinners. In fact, the Hotel was known as the "Western White House" as it was President Reagan's preferred hotel on the west coast and has hosted numerous past presidents over the years. Fairmont Century Plaza's place in history remains unreplacable.
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SAG-AFTRA Members Ratify 2024 Sound Recordings Code Contract
Contract with Groundbreaking A.I. Protections and 26.3% Compounded Wage Increase Approved by 97.69%
Los Angeles (April 30, 2024) -- In national voting completed today, members of SAG-AFTRA ratified the 2024 Sound Recordings Code with the leading record labels &emdash; Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group and Disney Music Group and most of their subsidiary labels. Members approved the new contract which covers the period from Jan. 1, 2021, through Dec. 31, 2026 with a vote of 97.69% to 2.31%.
••• "Singers and recording artists have a profound impact on our culture, and I'm thrilled that they've achieved a contract that not only recognizes their value with significant wage increases, but also provides them essential protections around artificial intelligence," said SAG-AFTRA President Fran Drescher. "We celebrate our human performers! I applaud the negotiating committee and staff, the record labels, and SAG-AFTRA members for getting this contract across the finish line!"
••• SAG-AFTRA National Executive Director & Chief Negotiator Duncan Crabtree-Ireland said, "This contract secures groundbreaking A.I. guardrails while also achieving crucial and substantial wage increases, and other key wins for singers and recording artists. Protecting human artistry will always be SAG-AFTRA's priority, and I'm heartened that our members have a contract that provides immediate gains and recognizes the importance of human contributions to the industry. I also want to acknowledge Negotiating Committee Chair Dan Navarro and the entire committee and staff for their outstanding and dedicated work in achieving this agreement."
••• The contract's artificial intelligence guardrails take effect immediately: the terms "artist," "singer" and "royalty artist" under this agreement only include humans; and 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. Other gains include increased minimums &emdash; a compounded total wage increase of 26.3% over the term &emdash; health and retirement improvements, including a general contribution rate increase and an increase in the percentage of streaming revenue to be covered by contributions, which will reach 100% on Dec. 31, 2026.
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115- Space Tech Expo USA returns to Long Beach for its 12th edition,
taking place at the Long Beach convention centerMay 14-15th.
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24th Beverly Hills Film Festival®
•••• The 24th Edition of The Beverly Hills Film Festival® is only 16 days out! The BHFF Film Schedule is NOW LIVE, Tickets & Passes are limited. We've simplified access for your convenience with our BHFF 2024 dropdown menu. Social Media will also be a good source for future updates. Below are quick access links.

Filmmaker Official Selection-  2024 Film Schedule is finally live Click Here for film listings.

At-a-Glance -- For a quick glance of the entire film schedule Click Here.
Screenplay Writer(s) Official Selection -  Click Here to check out our fabulous writers.
Venues -- For a list of festival venues, Click Here.

Film Screenings and Expert Panels
Location- All screenings and panels will be held at the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres on the THIRD FLOOR.
Parking Garage: located at Hollywood and Highland
Main Entrance: 6925 Hollywood Blvd
Side Entrance: 6801 Hollywood Blvd (recommended as it is easiest to access the third floor)

• Screenings- Films will screen for four days beginning Wednesday, May 1st - 4th, 2024. We ask that you show solidarity and support of your colleagues and by remaining for the entire screening block. Please be mindful that the films are screened as a block and DO NOT create distractions or disrupt the screening.

• Panels- Daily expert panel discussions begin Thursday, May 2nd with the final discussion taking place Saturday, May 4th. Panel discussions will be held at the auditorium of the TCL Chinese 6 Theaters at 12:00pm sharp. Each pass holder can invite TWO guests to the expert panel discussions. More information will be released regarding panels in the coming weeks. Make sure to take advantage of these events, don't miss your chance to interact with industry professionals.

• Film Screening Tickets & Passes- All pass purchases except Gala Awards Ceremony can be picked-up in person at the BHFF Welcome desk at the TCL Chinese Theatre any time after 12:00 p.m. May 1st, 2024. Film screening block tickets will only be available a.

• V.I.P. After Parties
Simply bring your passes to get into parties. No exception will be made.

More details regarding dates and all the fabulous venues can be found on our website at www.beverlyhillsfilmfestival.com/venues
*VIP parties are highly exclusive, and dress-code is enforced.
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•106- ICLE Statement on the FCC's Net Neutrality Rule
PORTLAND, Ore. (April 23, 2024) -- The International Center for Law & Economics (ICLE) offers the following statement on today's vote by the Federal Communications Commission (FTC) to adopt a rule classifying internet service providers (ISPs) under Title II of the Communications Act.

The following quote can be attributed to ICLE Senior Scholar Eric Fruits:

Title II is much more than net neutrality. It is the same type of expansive and heavy-handed regulation that governs public utilities. The FCC's rule is a sharp reversal from decades of light-touch regulation that has fostered America's leadership in broadband innovation and investment. The industry would face the yoke of onerous federal regulation and meddling that would stifle and slow future investment and experimentation.

For more on the topic, see ICLE's issue spotlight laying out the history of Title II and net neutrality, as well as our comments to the FCC on their notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM).
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106- Net Neutrality: Regulation for Ideology's Sake
Tom Giovanetti, IPI
•••• Well, that didn't take long. After the Biden administration finally secured the necessary commissioners to form an operating 3-2 Democrat majority, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced Wednesday that it will hold a vote to again reclassify broadband networks under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934.
•••• A brief history. Activists have been calling for federal regulation of the internet since the 1990s, but the Clinton and Bush administrations wisely took a light-touch approach, understanding that regulation would impose unintended consequences on this nascent technology.
•••• As the broadband revolution began in the 2000s, the FCC chose to classify broadband networks as Title I information services rather than as Title II common carrier services. The difference was significant, because under Title II the FCC would have almost unlimited regulatory power over broadband.
•••• We've all seen how broadband networks have thrived under a light-touch Title I regulatory authority, with the growth of ecommerce, streaming entertainment services, social media, and the smartphone revolution.
•••• But that innovation and economic growth has not deterred activists who simply believe in federal control for the sake of federal control. And in 2015 the Obama FCC, absent any compelling data, voted to dramatically change course and reclassify broadband networks as Title II common carriers.
•••• The ominous threat of heavy regulation had the consequence of discouraging private investment in broadband networks, which the FCC found to have declined by around $1 billion between 2014 and 2015.
••• Over the 20+-year history, broadband network were only classified as Title II common carriers for a brief two years, from 2015 until 2017. The Trump administration's FCC returned broadband services to their original Title I classification.
•••• Since then, broadband speeds have increased, and real broadband prices adjusted for inflation have fallen 12 percent since 2017.  In fact, broadband prices have remained mostly flat during a time when inflation has been driving up the cost of almost every other consumer service.
•••• In other words, there is evidence that Title II classification caused a harmful drop in infrastructure investment, but not a single piece of evidence of any benefit from Title II, much less any evidence that consumers have been harmed since that two-year experiment was wisely reversed.
•••• But now, here we go again. For purely ideological reasons, and without data or examples of harm, the Biden FCC is reasserting its power to regulate broadband networks under Title II.
•••• Not only is such a move unnecessary and in fact contrary to evidence, but these major policy pendulum swings every time the White House changes hands cause uncertainty for broadband companies and investors, which prevents the kind of long-term planning and financing necessary for major infrastructure investments.
•••• So, net neutrality is back. But the Institute for Policy Innovation (IPI) will be there pushing back against harmful regulation of the internet, just as we have since the internet was being called the "information superhighway."
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CineWaves motiv will be gracing the Munich Film Fest
The international FILMFEST MÜNCHEN is giving its awards a coordinated design that will be reflected across the festival
•••• Starting this year, the CineWaves will be the motif gracing the awards presented at Munich's international film festival.
•••• "FILMFEST MÜNCHEN has given itself a fresh iconography inspired by one of Munich's most scenic locations: the incomparable Isar River. The flow of the water is inspiring and surprising. It constantly delivers something new. It encourages interaction and refreshment, especially in the summer," say festival director Christoph Gröner and artistic co-director Julia Weigl.
•••• The design is based on footage of flowing water which was intentionally distorted by non-binary artist PPPANIK using a play of colors and other effects, thus becoming a cinematic statement in itself. We're drawn into a summery, lush, blue-green colorscape that will remind everyone in Munich of the Isar, the Eisbach, and the English Garden.
•••• During the festival period from June 28 to July 7, all of Munich's cinematic events will reflect this design, which will be featured prominently at the opening at the Gasteig HP8. On Saturday, June 29, FILMFEST MÜNCHEN will hold its festive opening gala -- with a film and thousands of guests who will already be making waves on the first weekend of the festival.
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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. 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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2nd annual benefit for Pasadena Playhouse
The PLAYHOUSE PARTY Raises Over $675,000
PASADENA, CA (April  18, 2024) -- The PLAYHOUSE PARTY, the 2nd annual benefit for Pasadena Playhouse, the official State Theater of California and recipient of the 2023 Regional Theatre Tony Award, created by Pasadena Playhouse Producing Artistic Director Danny Feldman and the PLAYHOUSE PARTY Committee, was held on Saturday, April 13, 2024.  Co-chaired by Elizabeth Hall,  Y-Vonne Hutchinson, Anita Lawler and Leigh Olivar, the event was created to strengthen the community through connection and celebration. The event was an enormous success, raising over $675,000 for Pasadena Playhouse.
•••• With El Molino Avenue cordoned off for the occasion, the festivities in Pasadena Playhouse's courtyard spilled into the street. More than 300 guests adorned in shimmering cocktail attire attended the one-of-a-kind evening, which featured surprise pop up performances from Rio Navaro, an accordionist from Pasadena Playhouse Conservatory of Music who appeared in the Pasadena Playhouse Holiday Spectacular and community partner McKinley Middle School Drum Core.
•••• The evening was presented in three acts, starting with cocktails and a silent auction, followed by dinner and a special performance by Jasmine Amy Rogers and the new Playhouse Players, and culminating with a "Late Nite at the House Party" hosted by comedian Kate Berlant, who also served as DJ for this one-of-a-kind event, with Bar Chelou supplying cocktails, mocktails, wine, food, and dessert.
•••• Speakers and performers at the event included Board of Trustee President Erin Baker, Event co-chair and Board Member Y-Vonne Hutchinson, Playhouse staff members Omar Avedanke (Director, Creative & Content) and Bonne McHeffey (Company Manager), Jenny Slattery (Associate Producer), Danny Feldman (Producing Artistic Director), Rich Caparella of KUSC, and Jelly's Last Jam cast member Jasmine Amy Rogers, who offered a sneak peek from the upcoming Playhouse production of  Jelly's Last Jam with a dazzling rendition of "Play the Music for Me."
•••• There was also a silent auction featuring curated experiences and artisanal items donated by the community. Dinner was provided by Heirloom LA, with additional food and beverages provided by Heirloom LA and Bar Chelou. Additional donations were provided from over 40 other businesses and individuals.

Supporters for the event included the following:
PRODUCERS: Jerry & Terri Kohl 
HOSTS: Ellen & Harvey Knell, Leigh & Harry Olivar
ICONS: Erin & Jeremy Baker, Stephanie & Leo Dencik and Stephen & Chantal Bennett
INNOVATORS: Anonymous

ADVOCATES
Barajas Tavera Family, Greta & Peter Mandell, Sheila Grether-Marion & Mark Marion, Ken & Tracy McCormick, Sarah & Eric Miller, Beth Price, Bingo & Gino Roncelli, Ann & Steven Sunshine, East West Bank 

INFLUENCERS
Cristina Hernandez & Jeffrey Bernstein, Anita & Vince Lawler, Susan Shieldkret, U.S. Bank

 
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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.

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."
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Last total solar eclipse for the next 20 years
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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.
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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.
••• 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.
••••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, he 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.
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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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115- NAB Show Get Ready to Walk the Show Floor at NAB, April 14
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. The show will open its exhibit floor on April 14, Las Vegas.

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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106- Proclamation by Wallace G. Wilkinson, former Governor of Kentucky
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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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••• SMART-DAAF Boys, Vol I, 'The Inventors of Radio & Televison & The Life Style of Nathan B. Stubblefield," by Troy Cory-Stubblefield and Josie Cory, Library of Congress Number 93060451. (ISBN) 1-883644-003, pgs. 580. Copyright © 1993

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•••• On the morning of August 5, the meeting of judges for Magnolia Award of the 26th Shanghai TV Festival (STVF) was held, including Chinese judges for Dramas, Documentaries and Animations.
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• • It was there Cory met Jiang Zemin, then mayor of Shanghai, and who later became the 5th President of the People's Republic of China.
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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114- Ron Rice, Hawaiian Tropic founder in 2004 accompanied the Troy Cory Show on a concert tour through China. -
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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114- Scott B. Whitenack-Stubblefield Esq., great-grand son of wireless telephone inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield, died - By Troy Cory
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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