Nick Clooney Back on the Air
All kinds of notes today, as I finally catch my breath after the Rich Apuzzo firing Monday and the revivial of www.woxy.com on Tuesday….
The AmericanLife TV network repeats Nick Clooney’s two "Moments That Changed Us" tonight to promote his third "Moments" special about John Glenn coming Sunday.
Clooney’s interview with Walter Cronkite, about him questioning the Vietnam War in 1968, airs at on AmericanLife (Time Warner digital
At Sunday, Clooney chats with John Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth in 1962. Glenn shifted the balance in the space race with the then Soviet
AmericanLife, the former Nostalgia network, airs "I Spy," "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.," "The Girl from U.N.C.L.E." and "Combat."
Local 12 Managing Editor Kim Dillon is headed to
Stan the Man No More
Stan Freberg has retired as host of "When Radio Was," the old-time radio shows at weekdays and Saturday on WVXU-FM (91.7). Taking over on Monday was Chuck Schaden, a veteran
--Jerry Springer’s humorous samba wound up tied for last in judges’ voting last night (with singer Sara Evans) on "Dancing with the Stars," with 24 of 30 points. Will he finally be sent home tonight? I think he could...
--Tina Fey's "30 Rock" premiere today (8 p.m., Ch 5). The former "SNL" star plays the producer of a live TV comedy show, working for a new network boss (Alec Baldwin). In the pilot, Baldwin orders her to hire a talented comic (Tracy Morgan) who had a Martin Lawrence-like meltdown. I thought the show was awful -- not funny and not believeable. I'm curious what you think, if you watch tonight.