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February 3, 1998 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At 22, children's television producer Shane DeRolf had an epiphany that changed his life overnight. After years of art schooling, the budding illustrator was weeks away from his first gallery show--in New York, no less. But he was closing in on another goal. Though DeRolf had attended church only once as a youth, he longed to know God and read all he could about spirituality. The turning point came one evening when, while reading such literature, he realized he had made art his master.
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February 3, 1998 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At 22, children's television producer Shane DeRolf had an epiphany that changed his life overnight. After years of art schooling, the budding illustrator was weeks away from his first gallery show--in New York, no less. But he was closing in on another goal. Though DeRolf had attended church only once as a youth, he longed to know God and read all he could about spirituality. The turning point came one evening when, while reading such literature, he realized he had made art his master.
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BUSINESS
August 22, 1995
Random House Inc. of New York said Monday that it has established a new division, Random House Entertainment in Newport Beach, to create children's properties that can be licensed for development as books, toys and films and in other formats. Shane DeRolf, former executive vice president and creative director of the World POG Federation, has been named president of the division.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 22, 1990 | CHARLES SOLOMON
Having revived prime-time animation with "The Simpsons," Fox seems well on the way to sparking a similar renaissance on Saturday morning. Three of the network's first children's cartoon shows are imaginative, original and entertaining: For the first time in years--if not decades--watching Saturday morning television is fun for adults as well as children.
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