A longtime producer at CBS News, who spent 34 years with the company and won four Emmys, has died. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Terry Martin died Monday in Greenwich, Conn., of complications from Alzheimer’s disease. He was 75.
“Martin served as an associate producer of the CBS Morning News; a senior producer, associate producer and later producer of weekend editions of the CBS Evening News; a producer in the CBS Special Events unit; and an executive producer at CBS Productions,” THR reports.
The report notes that Martin started out at CBS News Radio. He retired in 2005.
“Born in San Antonio, Martin graduated in 1966 from Hobart College in New York and was awarded a master’s degree in European history from Rutgers University,” THR reports. “He also was a graduate of the Columbia School of Journalism, where he was a teaching assistant to former CBS News president Fred Friendly.”