Bob Moscone …. he’s left the building …

A tribute by Don Hallock Rumor has it that Bob (“The King”) Moscone has passed. The news is – very appropriately – making the GBH rounds. If you’ve already been told, simply chalk that up to Bob’s beloved place in our collective hearts …. then send it on. Those of us who knew him remember…

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Doug DeVitt, 62, audio engineer

After college, Doug began a forty year career as an audio engineer, including stints for Boston public television’s WGBH station and later at WCVB, Channel 5 where he won an Emmy award for excellence in his field.

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Larry Heileman, 66, public broadcasting fundraiser

Larry was a fundraiser for public broadcasting for over 20 years. Larry made a substantial impact on the industry through his pursuit of innovative fundraising techniques and his willingness to share his expertise and knowledge with all his colleagues through out the system.

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Don Fouser, Executive Producer

From Fred Barzyk: I worked with Don Fouser as his director on one of the early docu shows called Dollar Diplomacy. It was a 6-part series on America’s Vietnam experience. Don traveled with a 16 mil. Bolex film camera and shot all the material himself.

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A Boy from Milwaukee

From Fred Barzyk: My Mom had this vision for me. She thought it would be wonderful if I could be in show business… I announced that I would become a piano player! Only problem was we didn’t have a piano.

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Steve Izzi, 63, sound engineer

Steve displayed a fine ability to transform live orchestral and all ensemble sound via microphone equalization and reverberation techniques that produced and created a truly transparent sound.

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Remembering Beth Deare

Friends and former colleagues of Beth Deare gathered at WGBH over the weekend to celebrate the life of the award-winning producer who died in a fire at her home in Newton in February.

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