by Laura Nachman
Bucks County Courier Times
June 7, 2005
Bill Henley loves his two jobs – weekday morning meteorologist and co-host
of the weekday magazine show, “10.”
said when he graduated from Chico State in California in the mid-80’s,
weather wasn’t the “hot commodity” it is today.
“I just always had an interest in the weather,” said the senior
member of the “Earthwatch” team who arrived here in 1994.
for “10,” the chipper Henley said he has a great time interviewing
celebrities when they come to town and going on remotes such as St. Lucia and
Orlando. He expects the show to be heavily involved in the upcoming “Live
8” concert July 2.
how can “10” compete with the national talk shows?
“We are local and are fun. For
people that want to know what is happening in town, we are your show.
We don’t have DNA tests,” Henley joked, referring to competitor
Maury Povich and his proclivity for paternity tests.
in the May sweeps, more viewers watched those paternity tests, as “Maury”
had a 3 rating/9 share ahead of “10’s” 2 rating/7 share.
with time Philly will come around and support the local offering.
WPVI “Action News” van served as a “limo” for area high school
students Bryn Applebaum, James Coffman, Kate Page, and Mike Hennessey to take
them to the Pennsbury High prom. WPVI
reporter Don Polec was the chauffeur.
students requested the “Action News” van to take them to their prom, where
students try to come up with creative ways to go to the annual event.
is providing a free 24-hour weather hotline for twenty shore towns this
summer. The number is
Philadelphia anticipating the “Live 8” concert July 2, WHYY-12 will air
“Live Aid: The Day the Music Changed the World”(except for Phil Collins)
July 1 at 7:30 p.m.
new Nielsen People Meters, which were supposed to start June 1, have been
delayed until June 30.