Hitched, Hatched, Hired
Inside the industry's celebrations and news.
BIRTHS: Sarah Meyer Michaelson, director of development at Silver Pictures/Dark Castle, and her husband Aaron Michaelson, president of Concept Arts Studios, welcomed son Moses Meyer Michaelson on Nov. 1 at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles. The baby's maternal grandfather is Universal Studios president Ron Meyer.
Michael Whetstone, a production designer on Wilfred, New Girl and Curb Your Enthusiasm, and his wife, Virginia Fout, welcomed daughter Logan Wiley Whetstone on Oct. 17 via surrogate at Scripps Memorial Hospital in Encinitas, Calif.
Kassie Canter was named executive vp communications at Viacom Entertainment Group on Nov. 7.
Greg Silverman re-upped as president of production at Warner Bros. on Nov. 2.
Rena Golden joined the Weather Channel on Nov. 3 as senior director of digital content.
Howard Owens was tapped as president of National Geographic Channels U.S. on Nov. 4.
Cineflix Media named Miura Kite executive vp of Cineflix Studios on Nov. 2.
Jana Marimpietri joined Paradigm on Nov. 4 as an agent in the alternative programming department.
The Cinema Advertising Council elected Mark Mitchell president and chairman of the industry association and Cliff Marks executive director Nov. 3.
Meredith McGinn on Nov. 3 was named vp multistation local programming for NBC-owned television stations.
Hal Kanter, an Emmy-winning writer who worked on the Oscars for more than 30 years, died Nov. 6 in Enicno. He was 92. Kanter also created the landmark 1960s series Julia, starring Diahann Carroll.