Alan W. Livingston
Businessperson, TV Program Creator
1917 – 2009
Who was Alan W. Livingston?
Alan Wendell Livingston, born Alan Wendell Levison, was an American businessman best known for his tenures at Capitol Records, first as a writer/producer best known for creating Bozo the Clown for a series of record-album and illustrative read-along children's book sets, then as the executive who signed The Beatles to Capitol in November 1963. In-between, as Vice-President in charge of Programming at NBC, in 1959 he oversaw the development and launch of the network's most successful television series, Bonanza.
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- Oct 15, 1917
- Also known as
- Alan Wendell Livingston
- Alan Wendell Levison
- Alan Livingston
- United States of America
- Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
- Mar 13, 2009
on July 23, 2013
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