by Laura Nachman
Bucks County Courier Times
August 23, 2005
Walsh will move from CN8’s “Your Morning” to co-anchor of the 7 p.m. and
10 p.m. news with Arthur Fennell. For
the time being, Greg Coy will co-anchor the morning show with Connie Colla,
who was Fennell’s former evening news anchor.
Penn State graduate Gina Cancelliere is CN8’s new meteorologist. She
arrives from KTLA-TV in Los Angeles. CN8 reporter Gwen Owens will take over as
the 1 p.m. news anchor.
Demidio, 13, of Bristol, Franklin Santos, 12, Britney Harron, 12, of Croydon
and other local students filmed a television pilot for a new educational
cooking series aimed at pre-teens called “Stir It Up,” for WHYY-12. Producers
are hoping to develop the pilot into a 12-episode weekly series that will air
on PBS stations across the country.
are a couple of Delaware Valley natives making doing well on television this
summer. Prudence Zdravkovic, 31,
of Valley Forge, PA made it to the top two of “I Want To Be A Soap Star”
on SoapNet. Unfortunately, Prudence didn’t win the top prize, the 13-week
contract on “All My Children,” but the exposure from the show should lead
to something else. SoapNet will
channel hop to ABC Thursday at 11 a.m., as “All My Children’s” gorgeous
Cameron Mathison of “All My Children” and “General Hospital’s” Nancy
Lee Grahn will co-host a fall preview about the ABC soaps.
Vella of Springfield (Delaware County) is one of the final 14 dancers in “So
You Think You Can Dance?” on Fox Wednesdays at 8 p.m.
few oldies are being used in back to school commercials. My favorite is the
Thomas Dolby remix “She Blinded Me With Science” for Kohls. Target uses
Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back” for its ads, "Rubberband Man"
by the Spinners for Office Max, "You and I" by Rick James for the
Gap, and Kim Wilde’s “Kids in America” is the song in the Kmart
are some my television choices for this week.
the finalists rock out in “Rock Star: INXS”
on CBS at 10 p.m. My
favorite part of the show is watching the contestants to pretend to enjoy the
other singer’s performances.
of the Network Reality Stars” is true to the spirit of the original.
It is filmed at the original location, Pepperdine University, and has
all the same events including the obstacle course, “Simon Says,” and the
relay race. It’s a blast. Contestant
Heidi Bressler will talk up the show on “10” on NBC10 tomorrow at 10 a.m.
Griffin is my new hero. You must
watch her in “My Life on the D List” on Bravo at 10 p.m.
season finale of “Being Bobby Brown” airs Thursday at 10 p.m. on Bravo.
Check out www.comedycentral.com for video streams of “The Roast of Pamela Anderson.” It was the funniest show of the summer.
Laura is scheduled to be part of a panel discussing the "Most
Obnoxious Celebrities of the Summer" on "It's Your Call with Lynn
Doyle" Wednesday at 9 p.m. on CN8.
Laura is scheduled to be part of a panel discussing the "Most Obnoxious Celebrities of the Summer" on "It's Your Call with Lynn Doyle" Wednesday at 9 p.m. on CN8.