by Laura Nachman
Bucks County Courier Times
August 1, 2006
17’s new name is myphl17, because it will carry “MyNetworkTV” shows
beginning in September. The new
network will provide programming Monday-Saturday from 8-10 p.m. There will be
two shows that will run each night for an hour.
“Desire” will air at 8 p.m. and
“Fashion House” with Bo Derek will air at 9 p.m.
In December, two new shows will premiere, including Tatum O’Neal in
“Act of Betrayal.”
new syndicated shows coming to myphl17 are “The Megan Mullally Show,”
which will air weekdays at 4 p.m., “According to Jim,” airing weekdays at
7 p.m., “Scrubs,” weeknights at 12:30 a.m., and “The Greg Behrendt
Show,” weekdays at 3 p.m.
10 p.m. news show will be renamed “Myphl17 News at 10 Powered by NBC10.”
to industry sources, “Your Morning” on CN8 will move from the New Castle,
Delaware studios to the Center City Loews hotel, which was previously utilized
by the NBC10 morning show, “10.” Former
NBC10 anchor Connie Colla and Greg Coy co-host “Your Morning,” which will
expand from 7 – 10 a.m. in the fall.
Comeback” gets a comeback of sorts, as last year’s sublime HBO comedy
debuts on DVD today. Deservedly,
star Lisa Kudrow is nominated for an Emmy award for best lead actress in a
The wedding of Christopher Knight and Adrianne Curry gave “My Fair Brady” the highest ratings in the history of the show. Over two-million people turned in to the finale.
Sid Mark of “Sounds of
Sinatra” fame will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award this fall the
“Achievement in Radio” awards. Mark
celebrates the 50th anniversary of his show, which currently airs
on WPHT 1210-AM, and is syndicated to over 100-other stations across the
MTV VJs Martha Quinn, Alan Hunter, Nina Blackwood, and Mark Goodman will
commemorate the 25th anniversary of MTV on Sirius Satellite radio
today on “The Big 80’s” Channel 8 at 10 a.m. All four have regular
shifts on the “Big 80’s” channel. Fellow
original DJ, J.J. Jackson died a few years ago. VH1
Classic will air the entire first day of MTV.
of today’s big stars got their start on MTV including Ben Stiller, Jon
Stewart, Denis Leary, Adam Sandler, Colin Quinn, and Daisy Fuentes.
In honor of former "Club MTV" host "Downtown" Julie Brown, I will sign off today with a “Wubba, wubba, wubba, goodbye, God bless.”