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June 20, 1995 | RICK DU BROW, TIMES TELEVISION WRITER
In the fickle field of local TV news, the one operation that has most resisted the ongoing game of musical chairs has been the independent station KTLA-TV Channel 5, where the 10-11 p.m. roundup anchored by Hal Fishman has long been dominant. The obvious reason is clear each night.
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August 8, 2007 | Dennis McLellan, Times Staff Writer
Hal Fishman, the award-winning KTLA-TV Channel 5 news anchor who was a Los Angeles broadcasting fixture for nearly 50 years, died Tuesday, the station announced. He was 75. Fishman died at 3 a.m. at his Brentwood home with his family at his side. He had been hospitalized with a serious infection after collapsing at his home Aug. 1, less than a week after being diagnosed with colon cancer. On Friday, the station announced that the disease had spread to his liver.
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July 19, 1989 | DIANE HAITHMAN, Times Staff Writer
Veteran newscaster Jerry Dunphy's recent leap to KHJ Channel 9 after 14 years at KABC Channel 7 just might trigger another round of the local TV industry's most popular game, "musical anchors," in which local anchors switch stations in search of a better position.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 3, 2002 | Brian Lowry, Times Staff Writer
Before the networks showcased Victoria's Secret lingerie models in prime time, there was the "3-D Hawaiian Swimsuit Spectacular." Before "Temptation Island," there were explorations of bare flesh and nude beaches and bigamy. Before Anna Nicole Smith preened for TV cameras, there were segments featuring poster girl Angelyne -- all available six nights a week, on "Eye on L.A." Reeling in viewers with an intoxicating mix of sex, titillation, adventure and gaudy promotion (and did we mention sex?
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December 31, 1992 | STEVEN HERBERT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In what may well by the most television-oriented New Year's Eve and Day, broadcast and cable networks and syndicators will present 11 New Year's Eve celebrations, 12 bowl games--including eight on New Year's Day--and nine marathons. Also, three networks and three local stations will air 13 telecasts of the 104th Rose Parade, which features actress Angela Lansbury as Grand Marshal. New Year's Eve Celebrations: Nearly every style of music and demographic group will be represented from 7 p.m. on.
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