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January 23, 1991 | BRUCE HOROVITZ
In a move certain to rock the Los Angeles public relations community, Richard W. Taylor, one of the most powerful public relations executives in Los Angeles, abruptly resigned as president and chief executive of Rogers & Cowan Inc. The agency is the largest public relations firm in Los Angeles. Taylor is being replaced by Thomas A. Tardio, 38, who has been the firm's executive vice president and head of its domestic and international entertainment operations.
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November 8, 2005 | Steven Barrie-Anthony
Tom Cruise announced Monday that he had hired veteran Hollywood publicist Paul Bloch of Rogers & Cowan public relations to manage his image. Lee Anne DeVette, Cruise's sister and publicist since 2004, will manage his philanthropic activities. This last year the once-media shy actor publicly clashed with Brooke Shields over her use of psychiatric medication to treat her postpartum depression and leapt onto Oprah's couch while proclaiming his love for Katie Holmes.
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ENTERTAINMENT
November 8, 2005 | Steven Barrie-Anthony
Tom Cruise announced Monday that he had hired veteran Hollywood publicist Paul Bloch of Rogers & Cowan public relations to manage his image. Lee Anne DeVette, Cruise's sister and publicist since 2004, will manage his philanthropic activities. This last year the once-media shy actor publicly clashed with Brooke Shields over her use of psychiatric medication to treat her postpartum depression and leapt onto Oprah's couch while proclaiming his love for Katie Holmes.
BUSINESS
June 30, 1992 | DANIEL AKST
When someone points a camera at Warren Cowan and Lee Solters, the Macy's and Gimbel's of Hollywood flackery, Cowan immediately scurries around to Solters' right. That way, when the morning newspaper identifies the men "left to right," Cowan will get top billing. If Solters lets him get away with it, that is. Warren Cowan, who knows all these tricks, is from the old school. "Call me Warren," he says, as if everyone in America isn't already on a first-name basis.
BUSINESS
June 30, 1992 | DANIEL AKST
When someone points a camera at Warren Cowan and Lee Solters, the Macy's and Gimbel's of Hollywood flackery, Cowan immediately scurries around to Solters' right. That way, when the morning newspaper identifies the men "left to right," Cowan will get top billing. If Solters lets him get away with it, that is. Warren Cowan, who knows all these tricks, is from the old school. "Call me Warren," he says, as if everyone in America isn't already on a first-name basis.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 13, 1991 | CHARLES CHAMPLIN, Charles Champlin is the former arts editor of The Times
On Wednesday, Henry Rogers, who recently retired as the founding partner of the entertainment publicity firm, Rogers and Cowan, is being honored at a $350 a ticket banquet celebrating his 30 years of service to the Music Center as board member and fund-raiser. Gregory Peck will emcee the dinner, which is called "Rogers' Rave Review." Art Buchwald will be the principal speaker and the dinner committee ranges from Rona Barrett to Mike Ovitz by way of Paul Newman and Gene Kelly.
BUSINESS
March 20, 1988
Thomas Tardio has been named chief financial officer and vice president-administration at Rogers & Cowan Inc., an international public relations firm based in Los Angeles. Tardio previously was a vice president at Columbia Pictures. Recently, Rogers & Cowan Inc. combined forces with Shandwick PLC, the largest independent public relations organization in the world.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 13, 1991 | CHARLES CHAMPLIN, Charles Champlin is the former arts editor of The Times
On Wednesday, Henry Rogers, who recently retired as the founding partner of the entertainment publicity firm, Rogers and Cowan, is being honored at a $350 a ticket banquet celebrating his 30 years of service to the Music Center as board member and fund-raiser. Gregory Peck will emcee the dinner, which is called "Rogers' Rave Review." Art Buchwald will be the principal speaker and the dinner committee ranges from Rona Barrett to Mike Ovitz by way of Paul Newman and Gene Kelly.
BUSINESS
January 23, 1991 | BRUCE HOROVITZ
In a move certain to rock the Los Angeles public relations community, Richard W. Taylor, one of the most powerful public relations executives in Los Angeles, abruptly resigned as president and chief executive of Rogers & Cowan Inc. The agency is the largest public relations firm in Los Angeles. Taylor is being replaced by Thomas A. Tardio, 38, who has been the firm's executive vice president and head of its domestic and international entertainment operations.
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