Rubin, Edwards to go ‘Live’

“KTLA Morning News” entertainment reporter Sam Rubin and talkshow vet Stephanie Edwards will on Friday will launch the local midmorning chatfest “The Live Show,” skedded to run weekdays at 11 a.m. on WB affil KTLA.

Show is designed to be topical and light, focusing on everything from locating newsmakers long out of the public eye to finding the town’s best cup of coffee. Toby Martin serves as executive producer.

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