He was The same youthfulness that helped score him the hosting duties on "Bandstand" also powered him through six workaholic decades of profoundly influencing both music and television. He played a huge part in popularizing rock 'n' roll, helped Americans mark each year for three decades, and had a hand in shows from the various incarnations of "Pyramid" to the Golden Globes telecast.
In his one-and-a-half-hour Archive interview, Dick Clark shares how he first got into television hosting, and outlines the rise of American Bandstand from a local Philadelphia show to a national phenomenon. Clark recalls working with Johnny Carson to produce Bloopers and Practical Jokesdiscusses forming Dick Clark Productions, and details the role of a producer. He also describes the challenges of producing live awards shows, and speaks of what he believes to be the secret to live TV.
It doesn't get much zanier than this on "The Other Half. The audience howls with glee as the hosts settle on to their three stools. Now comes the day's requisite insight into the mysterious male mind.
May 19, ColumnsTelevision. It had just begun, and since I had always enjoyed the show, I watched it to the end. In doing so, two thoughts occurred to me. I give him credit for still being there every year, sure, but the show is terrible.
The Other Half is an American daytime talk show produced for broadcast syndication by NBC Studios, which aired frommainly on NBC's owned-and-operated stations but syndicated to markets outside those in which NBC owned a station. Jan Adams, who was later replaced by actor Dorian Gregory. It was intended as a male counterpart to the popular ABC talk show The View and, despite its inability to find an audience, it earned a few Emmy Award nominations.
Sign in. Want to invest a few hours in front of the TV this weekend? Check out a few of our favorite binge-worthy streaming series.
The host spent a lifetime making his mark on pop culture. We look back at the entertainment he created and inspired. Upon graduating from Syracuse University with an advertising degree, young Clark moved to Pennsylvania and took a disc-jockey job at a local radio station.
All rights reserved. Breadcrumb Home Cite Dick Clark. Dick Clark graduated from Syracuse University in and started work as a disc jockey in Philadelphia in
Jan Adams -- are the regular co-hosts in what has been described as a male take on the popular ABC daytime talk show, "The View. On Halloween, Oct. They won't have to stay that way for the whole hour -- producers promise that, after opening the hour in drag, the guys will dress as themselves for the rest of the show.