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Classic Dave - viewer mail, 11/20/86
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Sho-Air/Cannondale Media Launch
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The Last Tinker - Steam Train
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Cannondale MTB Team Camp 2012
WE3 : tinker (WIP) *updated*
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Meet the Grantmakers: Online Grant Applications and Reporting
Lance Armstrong Wins Leadville 100 2009
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Tinker Juárez - Gigante de piedra 2014
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Team Tinker vs Evil Geniuses #2 | HyperX D2L S5 (25.11.2014) Dota 2
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Sarah Kane, "Gesäubert" ("Cleansed"), Regie: Jérôme Junod
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So Cal Fat Tire Epic 2011: featuring Tinker Juarez
"It's a Family Affair" Episode 1 part 3 of 3
The Tinker's poteen, song / Annie Hirrell, singing in English
DC Vertigo: WE3 pt. 3 - Doggy Faito 犬戦い
Rebeca Martínez Gómez
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Grant Almerin Tinker (born January 11, 1925) is the former chairman and CEO of NBC from 1981 to 1986, co-founder of MTM Enterprises, and television producer. Tinker is the former husband of television actress Mary Tyler Moore.
Life and career [ edit ]
Tinker was born in Stamford, Connecticut, the son of Margaret (née Hessin) and Arthur Almerin Tinker.
[1 ] Tinker married Moore in 1962, and in 1969 they formed the television production company MTM Enterprises. While creating MTM Enterprises, Tinker hired [2 ] writers Room 222 James L. Brooks and Allan Burns to create and produce the company's first television series, . MTM Enterprises produced such popular American The Mary Tyler Moore Show sitcoms and drama television series such as , Rhoda , The Bob Newhart Show , WKRP in Cincinnati and Hill Street Blues . St. Elsewhere
After his divorce from Moore in 1981, Tinker left MTM Enterprises to become the chairman and CEO of then perennial last-place American television network (in terms of
Nielsen ratings and profits) NBC. During Tinker's tenure in NBC's top position, the network regained ratings and produced popular shows like , The Cosby Show , Family Ties , The Golden Girls , Cheers , and Night Court . Tinker left the network in 1986, shortly after its parent company Hill Street Blues RCA was bought by General Electric.
After leaving NBC, Tinker tried to repeat his success with MTM Enterprises by forming GTG (Grant Tinker-
Gannett) Entertainment but the business venture failed and the company closed in 1990.
Tinker was inducted into the
Television Hall of Fame in 1997.
Tinker is a graduate of
Dartmouth College. He is the father of producers Mark Tinker and John Tinker.
In 2004, Tinker wrote a book with Bud Rukeyser titled
Tinker in Television. That same year, he won a personal Peabody Award "for recognizing, protecting, and fostering creativity of the highest order." [3 ]
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