Student, New York University, 1948.
Staff director Dumont television Network, New York City, 1950-1955. Director Station-WCBS-television, 1955-1958. Producer-director educational television project Station-WPIX-television, 1958-1962.
Director news and public affairs Station-W National Educational Television-television, 1962-1970. Director children's programs National Educational television, 1970-1972, ABC-television Network, New York City, 1972-1976. Vice president King Features television Productions, Inc., 1976-1979.
Vice president program development Gold Key Entertainment, 1979-1980. President Polk Communications, 1980-1993. Vice president family programs Revcom television, 1986-1993.
Executive producer Wonder Works Series, Public Broadcasting Service. Member faculty New York University. Instructor New School Social Research.
Lecturer Fordham University. Consultant television Department of Health.
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Workshop leader White House Conference on Children, 1970. Moderator of hearings on children's programs Federal Communications Commission, 1972. Member Greenburgh School District 7 Board Education, Hartsdale, New York, 1970-1975.
Board overseers Emerson College Served with United States Army Air Force, 1942-1946. Member National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (vice chairman, president New York City chapter 1976-1981, national trustee 1977-1981, chairman board 1982-1984), National Council on Families and television (board member).
Married Lois Steinhauer, January 16, 1949 (deceased). Children: Bonnie, Joanne, David.