TV BUSINESS PIONEER: Len Firestone, seen here at a Friar’s Club event in New York, circa 1968, with his wife Carole, was a trailblazer in television programming and syndication. Among the first-run TV shows he syndicated: ‘Sea Hunt,’ ‘The Rifleman,’ ‘To Tell the Truth,’ ‘Candid Camera’ and ‘The Gong Show.’
TV BUSINESS PIONEER: Len Firestone, seen here at a Friar’s Club event in New York, circa 1968, with his wife Carole, was a trailblazer in television programming and syndication. Among the first-run TV shows he syndicated: ‘Sea Hunt,’ ‘The Rifleman,’ ‘To Tell the Truth,’ ‘Candid Camera’ and ‘The Gong Show.’ Courtesy Jack Firestone
TV BUSINESS PIONEER: Len Firestone, seen here at a Friar’s Club event in New York, circa 1968, with his wife Carole, was a trailblazer in television programming and syndication. Among the first-run TV shows he syndicated: ‘Sea Hunt,’ ‘The Rifleman,’ ‘To Tell the Truth,’ ‘Candid Camera’ and ‘The Gong Show.’ Courtesy Jack Firestone

Len Firestone, a pioneer in television syndication, dies at 93

April 14, 2015 08:00 AM

UPDATED April 14, 2015 07:38 PM

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