Few would recognize his face, but most would know his voice: that booming baritone that for nearly four decades would introduce the lineups on “Saturday Night Live.”
The network is taking a wide-open approach to replacing Craig Ferguson in late-night
The fans of English actor and comedian Simon Pegg are a dedicated group – so dedicated, in fact, that NBC has put together an app to feed that ravenous appetite.
The studios of WGAL-TV, the NBC affiliate for Harrisburg, York and Lancaster were evacuated Friday afternoon when the roof of the Lancaster-based station buckled.
The Emmy race for Outstanding Comedy Series is a tight one this year, but it’s likely to come down to The Big Bang Theory, 30 Rock, and Louie for the top honor. Which show will Emmy voters choose for the prize?
Chris reviews the crisis that may prevent Philadelphia Schools from opening on time, NBC News’ reaction to the networks planning of a Hillary Clinton mini-series and Democratic efforts to draw Governor Tom Corbett into a battle over gay marriage. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece, and Comedian Aries Spears.
Chris examines excerpts from a documentary featuring Jerry Sandusky, the collapse of the Today Show, New Jersey’s decision to take over the Camden School District, and Jim Carrey’s video mocking gun rights advocates. He talks to Author Zev Chafets about his book on Fox News President Roger Ailes and to Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick about his work to reinstate veterans tuition benefits cut by sequestration.
Chris talks liquor, latenight TV, and Twitter and how they all are effecting Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Lawmakers are voting today on the privatizing of the state liquor system. Rumors say Jimmy Fallon could be moving NBC late night to NYC if he takes over for Jay Leno. D.A. Seth Williams gets caught following interesting twitter accounts. Chris personally speaks with Bernard McCormick author celebrating Philly Mag, Evan Nappen lawyer of SJ man posting Facebook photos of his son holding a rifle, and Matt Brouillette from the commonwealth foundation joins us to discuss the bill to privatize the plcb.
Before “Charlie Brown,” before “Rudolph,” before “The Grinch”…there was Quincy Magoo.
Chris discusses the President’s latest attack ad against Mitt Romney, a scam to defraud Comcast, rumors of Romney’s Vice-Presidential pick, and sports gambling in New Jersey.
Chris talks to Congressman Mike Kelly about a speech he made on government bureaucracy and to Jennifer Stefano from Americans for Prosperity. He also discusses former Vice-President Dick Cheney’s opinions of Sarah Palin and former Saturday Night Live Comedians views on making fun of the President.
It’s no longer just performance-enhancing drugs that can get an athlete sent home early from the Olympics. Twitter is having the same effect.
Chris agrees with President Obama that this year’s election will be about different governing philosophies. He discusses an Amish buggy that was held up by a gunman, media coverage of Pennsylvania’s voter ID law and the new investigation that will be funded by Joe Paterno’s family to clear his name.
Chris reviews last night’s special event with Ed Rendell at the National Constitution Center and looks ahead to today’s ruling on Obamacare by the Supreme Court. He also chronicles the return of Chase Utley to the Phillies lineup and talks to Linday Gray, now starring in the TNT re-boot of Dallas.
Dish Network is out with a new feature for its DVR that makes it simple to skip all the commercials. ‘The Hopper’ has TV networks hopping mad.