CBS reports that Lou Dorfsman, the veteran design director who helped mold the network’s image for more than 40 years, died October 22nd at age 90. "Lou was a giant in his field, and an integral piece of CBS’s history, legacy and success," said CBS Corporation CEO Les Moonves. Dorfsman joined CBS in 1946 as a staff designer in the art department. He retired in 1987 as VP, Corporate Advertising and Design and later became Creative Director of the Museum of Broadcasting.
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