Frank Radice Abruptly Resigns From NATAS

By Andrew Gauthier 

The Hollywood Reporter

Frank Radice, president of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, resigned Monday on the eve of the group’s annual News & Documentary Emmys.

“It was due to significant differences between myself and management,” he said. NATAS officials could not immediately be reached for comment.

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Radice held the position for less than a year, having signed up Dec. 15 as chief marketing officer and ascending to president Jan. 1. He facilitated a warmup in the relationship between NATAS and Los Angeles-based branch ATAS following a bruising legal battle under NATAS’ previous president Peter Price.

Radice also made a priority of the Daytime Emmys, ensuring that the show would find a home after CBS and ABC opted out of airing it this year. More…

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