Game shows, also known in the early days of radio as quiz shows, have been a staple of network radio and television since the 1930s. And the hosts had and have talent.
Everything went to script Sunday night at the ACM Awards until the end, when Luke Bryan pulled off an amazing upset and won for Entertainer of the Year.
This year the world said goodbye to many famous public figures and celebrities. We can’t cover them all here in a blog but I will cover those who made contributions to the CBS Television Network that has made it the most successful television network in the history of mankind:
Check out a visual rundown of how the world searched with Google in 2012. From the deaths of Dick Clark and Whitney Houston to the emergence of Psy, it’s all there.
Dallas radio host Jody Dean once worked with entertainment icon Dick Clark, and looked back on that time now that Clark has passed away.
CBS Los Angeles is reporting that entertainment superstar Dick Clark has died at the age of 82.
Growing up in Dallas in the ’60s was an interesting time, but one thing I remember fondly was the explosion in TV dance shows all over the country.