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  1. Cablecam Inventor Jim Rodnunsky Dies at 54

    5:09 pm 6/16/2011

    His "eye in the sky" device, also used by filmmakers, is called one of the most significant innovations in sports broadcasting.Read more

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  2. TV Pioneer and Producer Bob Banner Dies at 89

    1:38 pm 6/16/2011

    Emmy winner helped fashion Carol Burnett’s popular variety shows in the 1960s.Read more

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  3. TV Writer, Producer Robert Foster Dies at 72

    10:59 am 6/16/2011

    Credits include "Knight Rider," "Kojak" and the John Frankenheimer film "Dead Bang."Read more

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  4. 'Spider-Man's' Laura Ziskin in Her Own Words

    5:54 pm 6/15/2011

    The late producer talked to THR last fall in a never-before-published interview about her dreams, victories and challenges. "When I started, I was the only woman in the room."Read more

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  5. Father of PR Exec Barbara Brogliatti Dies

    3:51 pm 6/14/2011

    New York native was 96.Read more

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  6. Sony's Amy Pascal Remembers Producer Laura Ziskin

    10:12 am 6/13/2011

    "She was the creative guiding light for all of us," Pascal said.Read more

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  7. Laura Ziskin, Producer of 'Spider-Man,' 'Pretty Woman,' Dies at 61

    8:52 pm 6/12/2011

    UPDATED: Ziskin, the first woman to produce the Academy Awards telecast solo, was a driving force behind the Stand Up to Cancer research movement.Read more

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  8. Financial exec Matilda Fagan Cohen Dies at 98

    1:21 pm 6/9/2011

    Mother of Joseph and Charles Cohen worked at sons’ AEI firm.Read more

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  9. Steve Popovich, Music Exec Who Played a Key Role in Meat Loaf's 'Bat Out of Hell,' Dies at 68

    9:12 pm 6/8/2011

    The music industry veteran also helped guide the careers of the Jackson 5, Cheap Trick, Boston and Ted Nugent.Read more

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  10. Mad Libs Co-Creator, 'Honeymooners' Writer Leonard B. Stern dies at 87

    4:57 pm 6/8/2011

    The prolific writer-producer's credits also include "Get Smart," an Abbott & Costello movie and a pair of Ma & Pa Kettle films.Read more

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