623 Carol Duvall was the host of “The Carol Duvall Show,” a popular arts and crafts show that ran on HGTV and the DIY Network. Carol Duvall’s legacy Duvall began sharing arts and crafts in the early days of television, starting in 1951 when she presented crafting ideas on a children’s TV show in Grand… Continue reading HGTV crafting show host dies at 97 – .
BEMIDJI, MN (PaulBunyanBroadcasting.com) Bemidji has been named as the host of Minnesota’s, “Hockey Day 2019”.
ALBERT LEA, MN (trfnews.i234.me) Ottertail County was announced as the 2020 host of the Minnesota Governor’s Fishing Opener at this years closing event in Albert Lea.
170 Sue Johanson was a Canadian sex educator known for her popular TV show, “Sunday Night Sex Show.” Sue Johanson’s legacy Johanson began her career as a registered nurse in the 1950s. In 1970, she opened a pioneering birth control clinic at a Toronto high school, running it for 18 years. While counseling students about… Continue reading TV host and sex educator dies at 93 – .
48 Talina Fernández was an actress and television presenter best known for hosting a wide array of shows on Mexican TV, including awards shows, telethons, and reality TV productions. Talina Fernández’s legacy Born in Mexico City, Fernández earned her degree in nursing but transitioned into acting in 1972 when she got a role in the… Continue reading Mexican TV host dies at 78 – .
Jerry Springer was the longtime host of the controversial talk show “Jerry Springer.” Died: April 27, 2023 (Who else died on April 27?) Details of death: Died at his home in the Chicago area at the age of 79. We invite you to share condolences for Jerry Springer in our Guest Book. This is a breaking news story. We… Continue reading Jerry Springer (1944–2023), tabloid talk show host
Sheriff Jim Tadman will be the guest host at Sacred Heart Catholic Church – East Grand Forks for the final Friday night fish fry for this season. Join us for dinner and get your vitamin SEA! #welovepolkcounty #fisharefoodandfriends #sheriffjimlovesfishfrys
32 Between the time she launched her interview show in 1979 to its end in 2015, Connie Martinson interviewed thousands of authors from all genres and all walks of life. The “Connie Martinson Talks Books” show began as a self-financed endeavor carried on public television and remained largely self-financed throughout its run. Over the years,… Continue reading TV host dies at 90 – .