TV publicity executive Nancy Carr dies at 50
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Nancy Carr, a network television publicist who most recently worked for the Hallmark Channels, died Friday at a Los Angeles hospital after a long illness, the Hallmark network announced. She was 50.
Carr had been senior vice president of corporate communications for the Hallmark Channels, which include the Hallmark Movie Channel and the Hallmark Channel. She was vice president of communications at CBS from 1999 to 2004 and worked at Fox from 1992 to 93.
Carr was born Sept. 8, 1960, in La Cañada Flintridge and graduated from USC with bachelor’s degrees in international relations and journalism with an emphasis in public relations.
She is survived by her husband, Ronnie Bradford.
-- Keith Thursby