October 30, 1992 |
Coming to Your Tube: MTV political reporter Tabitha Soren will catch up with President Bush Sunday in Wisconsin for a short interview to air that afternoon between 4-5 p.m. The Clinton/Gore team already has been on the music network . . . William Forsythe and Tom Amandes have been cast as Al Capone and Eliot Ness in Paramount's upcoming TV series, "The Untouchables," premiering in January. . . . Robert Duvall and Julia Ormond are going to Moscow for the Nov.
January 1, 1993 |
Ahhh, a new year and so many unknowns: Will Jay, Dave and Johnny be genetically spliced to produce the Ultimate Talk Show Host? Will the Yuppie-in-Chief name Stevie Nicks to run the NEA? Who will Sinead pick as her tag team partner against Madonna and the Pope? Will the activist group AWOE (Actresses With One Eyebrow) demand that one of them be chosen to play Frida Kahlo? Oh well, frivolity aside, one thing is certain: You'll be hearing these names and seeing these faces in the next 365.
September 19, 1993 |
it's funny now, but it wasn't funny then." It is early afternoon in a small, airless office in MTV's Manhattan headquarters and Tabitha Soren, the cable music channel's cayenne-haired political reporter, hovers over her Beta machine.
January 9, 1993
I enjoyed Daniel Cerone's telling piece on MTV's Tabitha Soren in your "Faces '93" article Jan. 1. Soren was responsible for one of my favorite quotes of last year. Interviewing various artists in the pre-show portion of the MTV Awards at UCLA in September, she asked Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes about their elaborate videos, and the subject naturally turned to film. "Lately," Chris explained, "I've just been really interested in the work of Sam Peckinpah," to which Soren replied, "And who's that?"