by Laura Nachman
County Courier Times
December 6, 2005
the third time in three years, “10” will be looking for a female co-host
to join Bill Henley when Lauren Hart departs to pursue her musical career
December 9. (Hart took over for
Tiffany McElroy, who took over for Sharon Reed.)
in-house potential candidates could be weekday morning anchor Dawn Timmeney,
reporter Lori Delgado, and “10” “Moms on the Move” contributor Linda
who has been doing weekly feature on “10” for three years is said to be
trying to syndicate “Moms” (www.momsonthemove.tv).
morning show is scheduled to move from the Loews hotel in Center City to a
studio at Channel 10 in Bala Cynwyd, PA at the beginning of 2006.
Hart will return to “10” as a guest to promote her new CD “Five
Lifetimes” in January.
viewers will have the chance to show off their holiday decorations during
“Front Yard Weather” every night on the 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. news.
Weather anchor Doug Kammerer will report from a different home each
night throughout the holiday season. Mail
or email your photos to the station. Information
is on www.nbc10.com.
you are on the web site, there is a fun game where you can throw snowballs at
fellow NBC10 weather anchor Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz.
Friday will be the final broadcast of the “WB17 News at 10” produced
in-house with the team of Mary Stoker Smith, Scott Engler, Kirk Clyatt, and
Matt Bionidi. NBC10 will produce
a newscast for the station December 12. WB17
newsman and Bucks county resident Steve Highsmith will contribute to both
“Money Matters Today” hosted by Mary Cariaccioli celebrates its 500th
24th annual “DeBella DeBall” hosted by WMGK 102.9-FM’s John
DeBella takes place tomorrow at the Cherry Hill Hilton.
Of course, next Friday is Howard Stern’s scheduled final broadcast on
WYSP 94.1-FM (boo hoo).
Keptner is the new Lehigh Valley reporter for CBS3.
She had been freelancing for the station this fall.
Deanno officially signed off from CBS3 last week.
He’s going to a television station in Miami.
Brooks Tomlin (that can’t be his real name) takes his place on the
to Glenolden, PA native Stephenie “with an E” LaGrossa who is in the top
five of “Survivor.” LaGrossa is making the most of her second tour of duty
on the show.
Fox29’s “Good Day Philadelphia” will air a “Holiday of Caring” to benefit the U.S. Marine Corps “Toys for Tots” program, December 12 from 5 a.m. – 9 a.m. “Good Day” reporters will be collecting donations throughout the area that day including Sheinelle Jones, who will be at the Dunkin Donuts on North Easton Road in Doylestown, PA.
Industry sources are wondering what will happen to "Fridays with Frank" when the syndicated Jay Severin Show begins in January. Severin's timeslot is 7-10 p.m. on weeknights. Sid Mark does his tribute show to Frank Sinatra Friday night, Saturday night, and Sunday morning. It celebrated its 50th anniversary this year.
“A Very Brady Marathon”
hosted by Sean Murphy was a winner for UPN57 on Thanksgiving. The top-rated
episode was “Getting Davy Jones.” “The Bunch” regularly airs on TV
Land. Christopher Knight (Peter)
and Adrianne Curry’s “My Fair Brady” will return for season two on VH1.
It will be about the couple’s wedding plans.
Will season three be about “A Very Brady Baby?”