by Laura Nachman
County Courier Times
December 13, 2005
WB17 news anchor Scott Engler reports that hasn’t found a new position yet,
but hopes to stay in Philadelphia. Engler,
whose two years at the station ended Friday with the last broadcast of the
“WB17 News at 10,” recently completed his first novel, “The Ten Secrets:
A Father’s Last Gift,” which can be purchased through www.thetensecrets.com.
the new “WB17 News Powered by NBC10” debuts this week with NBC10 talent
Vince DeMentri, Lori Delgado, Vai Sikahema, and Doug Kammerer.
CBS Evening News” with Bob Schieffer will broadcast live from the National
Constitution Center tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. to help launch the new exhibit
“Benjamin Franklin: In Search
of a Better World.” CBS3
news anchors Larry Mendte and Alycia Lane will co-host a half hour special
that night at 7:30 p.m. The
exhibition coincides with the 300th anniversary of Franklin’s
insiders say “The Radio Factor” with Bill O’Reilly could be the odd show
out when “The Jay Severin Show” begins on WPHT 1210-AM in January.
Currently, the weeknight lineup is “Dom Giordano” from 6 – 9
p.m., “The Radio Factor” from 9 – 11 p.m., and “Rollye James” from
11 p.m. – 2 a.m. Severin’s show is scheduled to run from 7 p.m. – 10
Reporter Tracy Davidson hosts the half-hour special “NBC10 Consumer Alert
Winter of Protection” tonight at 7 p.m. on NBC10.
Court” with Christina Perez will air on Fox29 and “Rachael Ray” will
debut in syndication this fall.
is a nice feature about David Boreanaz, the son of 6ABC weather anchor Dave
Roberts in this week’s “People” magazine.
(It's the one with Nick and Jessica on the cover, not to be confused with
"The Star," "The National Enquirer," "US
Weekly," or the other magazines with Nick and Jessica on the cover.)
Boreanaz, who stars in “Bones” on Fox was on the same
“Punk’d” episode on MTV as Eagle Terrell Owens.
Congratulations to Glenolden, PA native Stephenie LaGrossa, who was the runner-up on this season’s “Survivor.” She earned 100-thousand dollars for second place.