Matt Holzman Dies: KCRW Producer, Host Of ‘The Document’ Was 56
Longtime KCRW producer and host Matt Holzman died on Sunday after a battle with most cancers. He was 56.
Residents of L.A.’s Westside could acknowledge Holzman’s title from his most up-to-date mission on the NPR-affiliated radio station, The Doc. He was additionally a power within the creation of reveals akin to The Enterpriseand Press Play. In Addition, Holzman hosted a screening sequence known as Matt’s Filmsat which he interviewed producers and administrators.
Press Playhost Madeline Model took to Twitter with a tribute:
I’ll miss my pal and @KCRWcolleague Matt Holzman very a lot. A humorous, fiercely good, delicate, beneficiant man- he embodied the spirit of @kcrw. Los Angeles has misplaced a vivid gentle tonight pic.twitter.com/osqTz7voHd— Madeleine Model (@TheMadBrand) April 13, 2020
D2 Moviesboss David Dinerstein known as the information “heartbreaking” on Twitter saying, “Matt was instrumental in championing so many extraordinary documentaries and unbiased movies which may by no means have constructed an viewers in any other case.”
Such heartbreaking information that @kcrw’s Matt Holzman handed away at the moment. Matt was instrumental in championing so many extraordinary documentaries and unbiased movies which may by no means have constructed an viewers in any other case. The movie neighborhood has misplaced a particular pal. Thanks, Matt.💔— David Dinerstein (@D2Films) April 13, 2020
Certainly, “The Doc” was an interview sequence with documentarians that started as a podcast earlier than evolving right into a screening sequence that took the place of Matt’s Films, and celebrated these filmmakers’ work.
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With The Enterprise, which debuted in 2004, Holzman and his hosts lined the enterprise of present enterprise.
Holzman’s was a well-recognized voice to L.A.’s freeway-bound inhabitants. Not solely did he produce and host reveals, however he was distinguished presence on the station’s funding drives. Unsurprising since, after beginning at KCRW as a board operator, Holzman created the station’s Underwriting Division.
Holzman obtained a kidney transplant in 2006, which he documented on-air.
KCRW’s tribute calls his sudden stage IV most cancers analysis final fall “surprising” earlier than noting, “He dealt with it with such openness.”
Holzman is survived by his accomplice Adria Kloke who, stories KCRW, “was with him till the top.”
An expensive member of the KCRW household handed away at the moment. Matt Holzman helped form KCRW into the general public radio station all of us love. His imprint received’t be forgotten.We’ll miss his voice, his tales, and the way in which he shared his ardour with listeners all over the place.Relaxation In Peace, Matt. pic.twitter.com/pnkj6CPgCo— KCRW (@kcrw) April 13, 2020