by Laura Nachman
Bucks County Courier Times
April 20, 2006
industry sources say that Comcast SportsNet hire Erick Weber, who joined the
station from the NBC affiliate in Milwaukee only around a month ago, has
already left the station due to “personal reasons.”
According to those familiar with the situation, one of the factors was
that Weber’s wife, a native of California, was not happy with the
background included acting stints on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and
time as an NBC page in Burbank.
was hired to replace Matt Yallof, who joined SportsNet New York.
A possible replacement could be former WB17 sports anchor Matt Biondi,
who has been filling in on CSN. A
CSN spokesperson did not return an email about Weber’s departure at press
University alum Ralph Garman appeared on “Living in TV Land” with Adam
“Batman” West last week. Garman,
whose regular job is part of the morning show on KROQ in Los Angeles, is best
known as the host of “Joe Schmo.”
of reality shows, we know this is an oxymoron, but there will be an “All
Star” version of “Big Brother” on CBS this summer. No cast members named
yet, but host Julie (news credibility, what’s news credibility) Chen will be
back of course.
About You” with Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt is now part of the “Nick at
Nite” lineup weeknights at 11 p.m. Remember
the name of Jamie and Paul’s dog? The
answer appears at the bottom of the column.
Fox-29 undercover reporter Jeff Cole to the list of local winners of the
Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio Television News Directors Association.
Baker, daughter of Phillies public address announcer, Dan (now batting for the
Phil-ays) Baker is the new news director on WBCB 1490-AM.
She takes over for Margaret Ann Kavanagh who is going to report for
KNDU-TV in Kennewick, Washington.
95.7-FM celebrates its first birthday next month.
Any station that plays “Reminiscing” by the Little River Band is ok