It’s hard to not feel a little melancholy when you’re working on a year-end obit package. Assembling a list of notables who died during a 12-month time span is like taking stock of how much the world…
(Here’s the link to part one if you’re just joining us.) AUGUST Hal Fishman, 75, news anchor who was a fixture of L.A.’s airwaves for 40 years, primarily on KTLA-TV. Fishman was known for his…
KTLA has officially tapped Emmett Miller to replace the late Hal Fishman as anchor of its 10 p.m. newscast.
Hal Fishman was old school. So much so that he sometimes came off as an anachronism in today’s hyperbolic celeb-centric tabloid-y TV news environment. Hal was so much a part of the fabric of local…
KTLA's Hal Fishman, the longtime dean of Los Angeles news anchors, died Tuesday morning at his home in Los Angeles. He was 75.
Sad to learn today that KTLA-TV anchor Hal Fishman has been diagnosed with colon cancer, which has spread to his liver, according to a station rep and Variety.com. The discovery of his cancer came on…
Los Angeles native Stan Chambers came to work at KTLA in 1947 and was joined there by Hal Fishman in 1965. Together, they have spent more than a century reporting news for the station.
A look at the station's history
CBS will air skater Nancy Kerrigan’s return to the ice as a one-hour primetime special Feb. 5, a week before the web begins its coverage of the Winter Olympics. “Nancy Kerrigan & Friends” will air at…
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