1. VETERAN TV HOST DICK CLARK DIESThe legendary entertainer died Wednesday morning after suffering a "massive heart attack." He was 82. With American Bandstand in the 1950s, he changed the way the country listened to pop music. In 1972, he began hosting the New Year's Eve festivities on ABC, a holiday tradition that continued for decades. "He was a remarkable host and businessman and left a rich legacy to television audiences around the world," said Ryan Seacrest, who co-hosted ABC's "Rockin' Eve" with Clark in recent years.
Dick Clark, the legendary radio and television personality who hosted American Bandstand and Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve, has died. He was 82. Clark died after suffering a massive heart attack, his rep said in a statement to... Read Post
Dick Clark, famed host of American Bandstand from 1956 to 1989, producer, and yearly host of the New Year’s Rockin’ Eve telecast, died of what is being called a “massive heart attack on Wednesday morning, following an outpatient pro... Read Post
Legendary television host Dick Clark died Wednesday after suffering a heart attack. He was 82. In addition to hosting “American Bandstand,” Clark was best known for his annual “New Year’s Rockin’ Eve” celebration in Times Square. As... Read Post