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||January 24, 1934
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||Brooklyn, New York, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Became vice president in charge of daytime TV programming
Executive produced first feature, "California Split"
Returned to ABC-TV as manager of program development
Worked in ABC-TV research department
Executive produced TV series, "The Rookies"
Resigned from ABC-TV; became vice president of production at Screen Gems
Joined Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn ad agency (responsible for daytime TV and overall broadcast coordinator)
Left to form Spelling-Goldberg Productions with Aaron Spelling
Special projects supervisor NBC-TV research department
Became owner, operator Leonard Goldberg Productions (also established Mandy Films)
Named president, COO of 20th Century Fox
Named vice president in charge of network TV programming
Saw production of first story idea on TV, "The Over-the-Hill Gang"