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Wednesday, 30 May 2007

Congrats to a Friend

Congrats to longtime NATPE friend and guest speaker at NATPE Conferences Ben Silverman for his new position as co-chairman of NBC Entertainment and NBC Universal Television Studio.

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NATPE Birthday To:

Blake Bashoff, Wynonna Judd, Ted McGinley, Idina Menzel and Trey Parker.

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Thursday, 24 May 2007

Grey's Star to do Intolerance PSA

Isaiah Washington, the Grey’s Anatomy star who earlier made some anti-gay remarks toward one of his fellow cast members, will appear in a public service announcement intended to combat intolerance based on sexual orientation…

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Today in History

In 1974, after nine years on TV, the last Dean Martin Show was seen on NBC. Dean’s lovely group, The Golddiggers, returned to bid farewell in the show that had been seen in a variety of formats on Thursday and, later, on Friday evenings.

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NATPE Birthday To:

Alfred Molina, Priscilla Presley, John C. Reilly, Billy L. Sullivan and Kristin Scott Thomas.

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Tuesday, 22 May 2007

Today in History

In 1992, Johnny Carson hosted The Tonight Show for the last time. It was the end of three decades of late nights spent with Carson and his sidekick, Ed McMahon and bandleader, Doc Severinsen.

In 1967, what was to become the PBS’s longest-running children’s program, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, debuted on this day.

In 1955, Jack Benny signed off his last live network radio broadcast after a run of 23 years. Mr. Benny was devoting his time fully to TV. His program brought many of his old cronies to TV as well: announcer Don Wilson; bandleader Phil Harris; Eddie ‘Rochester’ Anderson; singer Dennis Day; and Benny’s wife, Mary Livingstone.

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DVDs on 05.23.07

24 (Season 1-4), Afro Samurai - mini-series (Afro Samurai - Director's Cut / Afro Samurai - edited), Airwolf (Season 3), Avatar: The Last Airbender (Book 2: Earth, Volume 3), Instant Star (Season 1 - Director's Cut), Kid Superpower Hour with Shazam! (Hero High: The Complete Series), Kitchen Confidential (The Complete Series), Kyle XY (Season 1), Legend of the Dragon (The Complete 1st Season / Volume 4), The Magnificent Seven (The Complete 2nd Season), MythBusters (Collection 1), The O.C. (The Complete 4th Season), Roots - mini-series (30th Anniversary Edition), Scrubs (The Complete 5th Season), Stuart Little (All Revved Up! / Fun Around Every Curve!), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Season 1 - Volume 1).

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NATPE Birthday To:

Charles Aznavour, Anna Belknap, Naomi Campbell, Michael Constantine, Al Corley, A.J. Langer and Bernard Shaw.

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Thursday, 17 May 2007

Celebrating & Honoring the Women in Our Industry

The American Women in Radio and Television (AWRT) is a good friend of our upcoming LATVF and we want to let you know that their annual Gracie Awards are coming up. If you’re around NY on June 18-19, make sure you check them out.

And if not, just take a look at their site and see the wonderful things they do for women in our industry.

Oh, and if you’re a NATPE member, they are offering you a discounted rate – same as what AWRT members pay.

Contact Amy Lotz at 703-506-3290 / [email protected] for this special offer.

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Wednesday, 16 May 2007

Disney Dials Mobile Deals

Coinciding with the upfront presentation of its ABC and ESPN networks Tuesday, the Walt Disney Co. announced a pair of mobile deals. One makes Disney-ABC Television Group content available to Sprint-Nextel Corp. subscribers, and the other sees ESPN, with Verizon Communications, reviving a branded mobile service whose first iteration was axed late last year...

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