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Randolph J. Rogers -- "The Key of Life"

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Randy Rogers is the president of Telefilm, Inc., a Los Angeles-based production company handling the promotion of Hollywood blockbusters like The Matrix, Harry Potter, Pearl Harbor, Batman, Superman, Shrek and Indiana Jones.A career spanning four decades in newspapers, television and motion pictures—working for and with such companies as NBC News,Disney,Warner Bros., Paramount,Universal Pictures,MGM, Lionsgate,Sony and DreamWorks—has earned him several Emmy nominations and numerous press club awards. Growing up in Johnstown, a western Pennsylvania steel town, Randy began his lifelong path as a photographer when he asked for his first camera from a Green Stamps catalog on his 10th birthday. His first job, that of a part-time usher at the State Theatre in 1969, subtly foretold where that path would be heading, for from that day forward, his real career would be in the news and motion picture businesses.Starting with a newspaper internship at Johnstown’s Tribune-Democrat during the summer of 1970, Randy progressed to television news cinematographer with WJAC-TV the day after his high school graduation in 1971. Two years later, he headed west, spending thirteen years in Phoenix, Arizona. From a beginning with KPHO-TV there, he moved over to KPNX-TV, the local NBC affiliate, picking up the Emmy nominations and press club awards along the way. Randy’s career was a fast-moving escalator whisking him to the top of his field. His baptism in the pool of metaphysics began with breakfast on the morning of April 23, 1986, when he read this horoscope to his wife: What seemed a “no exit” proposition will be brighter. You will have more love and money as result. Get ready for new start. Display pioneering spirit. “Maybe the network is going to call me today,” he jokingly prophesied to her and then left for the office. An hour later, as he walked into the newsroom, the receptionist handed him a phone message: NBC News was calling to offer him a job! http://www.randolphjrogers.com