Wednesday, November 24, 2010

11/24-Kevin Frazier, Larry Lipson, Kelly Wallace

Kevin Frazier-CBS "Entertainment Tonight"
In the Fall of 2009, Kevin Frazier began his sixth season as weekend anchor and correspondent of ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT, the No. 1 entertainment newsmagazine in the world. In 2009, Frazier covered many high-profile and historical events. Among them, President Barack Obama's inauguration in Washington, D.C., and the death of Michael Jackson. Notably, Frazier was one of the first journalists to speak to Joe Jackson after Michael's sudden death. Frazier also interviewed Sen, Hillary Clinton during the 2008 presidential campaign, and Clinton later went on to name this interview as her top TV moment in TV Guide Magazine.  Additionally, Frazier secured exclusive interviews with many A-list stars, including Jennifer Lopez, Usher, Justin Timberlake, Tyler Perry and the cast of "Twilight."  Frazier also appeared as an entertainment expert on such prestigious news and entertainment programs as "The Oprah Winfrey Show," CNN's "Larry King Live" and CBS' "The Early Show." Since joining ET in 2004, Frazier has interviewed some of Hollywood's hottest stars and covered some of the entertainment industry's biggest events. In 2008 alone, Frazier interviewed Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Prince, Jim Carrey, Will Ferrell, Janet Jackson and Charlize Theron, to name a few. Frazier was the first television journalist to interview Mariah Carey after her impromptu wedding to Nick Cannon. He also traveled to Detroit to host and produce segments for Ford Motor Company's "Freedom Sisters" event.

Larry Lipson - Live from Costa Rica 
Former LA Daily News Food Columnist (50 Years) Larry Lipson is live and direct from his research Institute in Costa Rica. He will talk about wine food and the good life and will have comments From Frommer's Travel Guide: " Wine: Although some European immigrants have been experimenting with wine grape cultivation in Costa Rica, no one has succeeded. The government did sponsor an experimental effort several years ago, but eventually most of the vines were ripped out. If you see Costa Rican wine for sale, it is almost surely from imported Chilean grape juice that is then processed in Costa Rica--the quality is terrible and it is--at least so far--not worth buying except as a total novelty."

Robert Kauffman - Ho Ka Turkeys
Kauffman Turkey Farms is one of the last remaining independent family owned and operated  turkey farms with its own dressing plant in the country. Providing fresh dressed turkeys to the Northern Illinois area for over 70 years. This big, beautiful tom turkey, displayed by Robert Kauffman, is only one of thousands that are range grown here on the Kauffman Turkey Farm. Our Turkeys are grown from one day of age until they are dressed in the farm's federally inspected plant. We raise our birds with the emphasis on quality. This means that the turkeys grow more slowly and develop a richer flavor and denser texture.      

Kelly Wallace-iVillage Chief Correspondent 
Kelly Wallace, a former broadcast news journalist and mother of two, became so passionate about women’s issues and the power of women online, she left network news for the digital space to join iVillage as its Chief Correspondent. In her new role, she’ll serve as host and executive producer for video content focusing on issues women care about most. Kelly’s first projects include "iVillage 5/Your Don’t Miss List," a weekly show featuring stories women might have missed or, we think, would love to hear more about. She’s also executive producer of "iVoices on iVillage," a program where members of the iVillage audience are the stars, contributing stories from their communities, schools and families on issues affecting women.  Kelly’s career has spanned across news divisions at CBS, CNN and FOX News Channel. She’s covered everything from the White House (her favorite reporting beat!) to the Mideast to national campaigns, and enjoyed serving as substitute anchor on shows from CNN’s “American Morning” to the CBS Weekend News. In high school, she dreamed of becoming a television reporter, and years later got her start as an on-air reporter at the CBS affiliate (KRQE-TV) in Albuquerque, New Mexico. That post led to a correspondent position at FOX News Channel and then to CNN and CBS.

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