Throughout the 1970s and early ’80s, the designer Angelo Donghia was as glamorous as his clients, at a moment when New York was in glitz overdrive. And quite a list of clients it was: Ralph Lauren, Mary Tyler Moore, Barbara Walters, Liza Minnelli. Donghia was a best-dressed-list regular, a formidable... More »
Born on this day in 1929 newscaster Barbara Walters.
"Things being what they are in the world today, we are more and more driven to depend on one another's sympathy and friendship in order to survive emotionally."
A television mogul who was one of the true legends of the industry has died. According to media reports, Merv Adelson died Wednesday at 85. Adelson was a co-founder of Lorimar with Irwin Molasky and Lee Rich in 1969, and...
Barbara Walters is on the verge of tarnishing her legendary TV career... IF she dares to return to "The View" -- at least that's what her friends are telling her. One of Barbara's more famous counselors, Julie Chen...…
Legendary journalist Barbara Walters has interviewed every sitting president and first lady since Richard Nixon. Some were charming, others were brilliant -- while one, she admits, had to win her over. In this candid "Oprah's MasterShow More Summary
ABC’s The View has been trying to getting it right ever since Barbara Walters announced her retirement. With the latest effort, Joy Behar is returning to co-host with Candace Cameron Bure and Paula Faris… and Raven-Symoné and Michelle Collins. Show More Summary
The panelists for the presidential debate between President Jimmy Carter and Republican nominee Ronald Regan try out their seats on the stage on Oct. 28, 1980 at the Cleveland Convention Center. From left are Barbara Walters, ABC News; William Hillard, Assistant Managing Editor of the Oregonian in Portland; Howard K. Show More Summary
Barbara Walters is known for being one of the most seasoned interviewers in broadcast journalism, but when she entered the field more than 50 years ago, it was a man's world. As Walters worked to make a name for herself, she discovered what an uphill battle it was for female journalists in the male-dominated industry. Show More Summary
TV icon Barbara Walters is returning with a new series. Plans were announced today for “Barbara Walters Presents American Scandals,” set to launch Monday, Nov. 2, on Investigation Discovery. The show will examine murder cases, political scandals and other high-profile...
The changes continue for the ABC daytime talk staple “The View,” which is working to regain its ratings momentum after the May 2014 retirement of show founder Barbara Walters. In the latest development, ABC News announced that the show has...
Since making headlines in 2007 after a groundbreaking interview with Barbara Walters, HRC Foundation Youth Ambassador Jazz Jennings has become a visible face and advocate for transgender youth.
Megyn Kelly and Bill O’Reilly take over the major primetime news slots over on Fox News. O’Reilly has dominated the ratings in his time slot for years. He does not hide the fact that he is the man on top. Since 2013, he’s had some competition, and that competition is finally catching up to him. Show More Summary
Variety seems to think Megyn Kelly could be the next Barbara Walters or Diane Sawyer, according to its recent profile of the Fox News star. Starting in 2016, the Fox News host is getting her own series of primetime specials, Variety reported. Show More Summary
On this day in 1981 Barbara Walters asked Katharine Hepburn what kind of tree she would be.
A lengthy expose in the new Vanity Fair claims veteran journalist Barbara Walters wasn't thrilled that Rosie O'Donnell would return to The View. Writer Suzanna Andrews asked the show creator and long-time star if bringing back the liberal comedienne was a good idea. Show More Summary
Wednesday night was David Letterman’s swan song: he signed off ‘Late Show with David Letterman’ for the last time to enjoy a well-deserved retirement. Yet there were some funny things going on off-stage, too. Check out these pictures of Babara Walters photobombing Alec Baldwin and Hilaria! RELATED: Watch David Letterman’s final “thank you” and “goodnight.” […]
An all-star group including Bill Murray, Tina Fey, Peyton Manning, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Chris Rock, Jim Carrey, Jerry Seinfeld, Steve Martin, Barbara Walters and Alec Baldwin salute David Letterman in his last Top Ten List. From The Late Show with David Letterman
After David Letterman's final opening monologue, he handed over the reins to some of the Late Show's frequent guests. Alec Baldwin, Steve Martin, Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jim Carrey, Barbara Walters, Peyton Manning, BillShow More Summary
"The people who watch this show, there’s nothing I can do to ever repay you. Thank you for everything. You’ve given me everything."