Engineer and Columbia Information employee who all developed the original long-playing disk (LP) style. While doing work for CBS, he also helped develop the field-sequential technology that produced color television feasible. After attending school in Vienna, Austria, he guaranteed a position in america with CBS Laboratories. He was the 1977 receiver of the Country wide Medal of Research. He and his wife, Frances Trainer, elevated five kids, including a kid, Peter C. Goldmark, Jr., who became a prominent environmentalist. He and fellow inventor Elmer Ambrose Sperry had been both recipients from the esteemed Elliott Cresson Medal.