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4/1/2009


CBS Turning Off ‘Guiding Light’

Filed under: Old-Time Radio, Television, News — Charlie Summers @ 2:31 pm

From the New York Times’ ArtsBeat Blog: CBS Turning Off ‘Guiding Light’

From the article: “CBS announced Wednesday the cancellation of the longest-running scripted program in broadcasting history, the soap opera ‘Guiding Light.’ It has been on CBS radio and then television for 72 years and was the last program to have made the transition from radio to television. The last broadcast is scheduled for Sept. 18.”

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  1. enwilson Says:

    Another fixed point in a changing age slides down the mountain… *sigh*


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