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Sam Rubin Receiving Posthumous Los Angeles Area Governors Award From Television Academy

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Sam Rubin, the late KTLA5 entertainment reporter, has been named as a posthumous recipient of the 76th Los Angeles Area Emmy Governors Award, the Television Academy announced today.

After joining KTLA in 1991, Rubin was a Los Angeles TV news mainstay as the outlet’s longtime entertainment reporter and regular interviewer on red carpets.

He died unexpectedly on May 10 at age 64 after suffering a heart attack at his home in Brentwood. The award, which is presented to an individual, company or organization that has made an outstanding, innovative and visionary achievement in the arts, sciences or management of television as well as a substantial contribution to the greater Los Angeles area, recognizes Rubin’s legacy of more than three decades of entertainment news reporting for the station.

Cris Abrego, the Chair of the Television Academy, made the announcement on KTLA this morning, saying the vote in favor of Rubin was unanimous. “Sam was a trailblazer, a pioneer in the modern age of television news.

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