Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. The View Premieres With New Co-Hosts, Queen Barbara Walters (TVNewser) A revamped The View premiered Monday morning with its original co-executive producer sitting in a Queen’s throne getting doused with affection. Show More Summary
Barbara Walters may be off “The View,” but the veteran TV talker isn’t ready to let go just yet.
An overhauled The View kicked off this morning with no fireworks, but, of course, its' only Day 1. The show opened glutinously, with The New Ladies Of The View kissing the rings of Barbara Walters, sitting on a throne, who ordered them...Show More Summary
As Whoopi Goldberg says at the top of the hour, "Welcome to the newer 'View.'"The daytime staple kicked off with the four panelists kissing Barbara Walters' ring -- though based on the edit, it was obvious that Walters and the four women...Show More Summary
To symbolize the new era of The View, new hosts Rosie O'Donnell, Rosie Perez, and Nicolle Wallace literally kissed Barbara Walters' ring in a fun little cold open.
Barbara Walters gives the foursome her blessing, and Kristin Chenoweth helps them pay tribute to Joan Rivers read more
A revamped “The View” premiered this morning with its original co-executive producer sitting in a Queen’s throne getting doused with affection. “Thank you my pals,” Barbara Walters said as co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie O’Donnell, Nicolle...Show More Summary
ABC is now the network of such venerable news names as Bob Woodruff, Barbara Walters, Peter Jennings, Diane Sawyer, and... Tim Tebow. Yes. Tim Motherfucking Tebow. Read more...
On Monday, September 15, ‘The View’ will kick off it’s new season. Whoopi Goldberg will be the only familiar face from Barbara Walters’s final season. Rosie O’Donnell is returning to the show after leaving abruptly in 2007 following an on-air argument with Elizabeth Hasselbeck over the Iraq War (who’s now on Fox). I’m sure a […]
Joan Rivers' funeral last weekend was as star-studded as the late comedian had hoped for, with appearances by Whoopi Goldberg, Barbara Walters, Diane Sawyer, and more. There was even a performance of "Quiet Please, There's a Lady on Stage" by Hugh Jackman. Rivers also got four celebrity eulogies— Howard Stern's...
The year was 1988. The interviewer was Barbara Walters. The network was ABC. The interviewees? Mike Tyson and Mrs. Mike Tyson, more commonly known as the actress Robin Givens.
Barbara Walters, Diane Sawyer, Charlie Rose, Kathie Lee Gifford, and Hoda Kotb were among the TV newsers at yesterday’s funeral for Joan Rivers. “I have never seen anything like it — full of love, full of laughter,” said Rose on “CBS This Morning. Show More Summary
Joan Rivers would have been elated with the turnout at her red carpet-lined funeral. Donald Trump, Sarah Jessica Parker, Barbara Walters, Whoopi Goldberg, Bernadette Peters,… READ ON
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I had no idea Barbara Walters and Joan Rivers were friends! It makes sense, though. They were peers in high profile professions, even if one was working in journalism and the other in the entertainment industry. Barbara wrote an honest tribute to Joan in the New York Daily News. RELATED: Joan Rivers discusses her funeral […]
Veteran newswoman Barbara Walters wrote a column for the Daily News Friday memorializing Joan Rivers who died the previous day at 81.
As the world mourns Joan Rivers, Friday’s new developments in the 81-year-old’s death revolved around a grassroots effort to declare a national day of honor, the future of her… READ ON
There are some celebrities who were lucky enough to have known Joan Rivers not only as the legendary comedian that she was, but also as a friend. Barbara Walters and Anderson Cooper shared some of their own private memories of the star,...Show More Summary
The new panel on “The View” doesn't seem like the kind Barbara Walters would cook up. For one thing, the hugely successful balance of co-hosts ranging wildly in age and experience has gone out the window.
We met years ago at NBC and there may have even been a bit of competition between us in the beginning, but I loved being with her. She was wonderful company because it's rare when someone as public as Joan can be as open and honest about herself as she was.