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  • Ann Marcus dies at 93; TV writer co-created 'Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman'

    Ann Marcus dies at 93; TV writer co-created 'Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman'
    Emmy Award-winning writer Ann Marcus, who worked on classic soap operas and co-created the "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" spoof of them, died Wednesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. She was 93.
  • Former CBS, Leo Burnett Exec to Head National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

    Former CBS and Leo Burnett Worldwide exec Bob Mauro has been named president of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the New York-based org that administers Emmy awards that fall outside the primetime scope of the West Coast-based...

    Ian Fraser, Music Director, Arranger Who Worked With Julie Andrews, Dies at 81

    Ian Fraser, whose 11 Emmy Awards and 21 additional nominations made him the most-honored musician in television history, died of complications from cancer Friday morning at his home in Los Angeles. He was 81. All of Fraser's Emmy noms and wins were in...

    Ian Fraser, famed composer who worked alongside Julie Andrews, dead at 81

    Ian Fraser, famed composer who worked alongside Julie Andrews, dead at 81
    Ian Fraser, an Emmy award-winning composer and longtime conductor known for his collaborations with Julie Andrews, died of cancer at his Los Angeles home Friday. He was 81. Fraser's daughter Tiffany told the Los Angeles Times that he died "very...

    The CNN App That Will Change TV

    I have seen the future of TV, and it is CNNgo. If the mere mention of a digital extension to a network triggers reflexive skepticism, that's understandable; all they really do is just mimic linear channels or on-demand libraries. But CNNgo, currently...