TV Host Regis Philbin Buried At Notre Dame, His Alma Mater

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Television host Regis Philbin, who died last week at 88, has been buried at the University of Notre Dame following a private funeral service at his alma mater, a school spokesman said. Philbin was buried Wednesday at Cedar Grove Cemetery on the northern Indiana Catholic school’s campus after a private service at […]

‘Live’ Rebroadcasting Regis Philbin’s Final Episode

Legendary TV Host Regis Philbin Dies At 88

Regis Philbin, one of daytime television’s longest-running hosts, died last Friday at age 88 of natural causes, according to his family. After hustling into an entertainment career by parking cars at a Los Angeles TV station, Philbin logged more than 15,000 hours on the air, earning him recognition in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most broadcast hours logged by a TV personality, a record previously held by Hugh Downs.

Regis Philbin Joining 4th Hour Of ‘Today’

Philbin, who has made multiple guest appearances recently, will appear about once a month in his new role, NBC said, reuniting with Kathie Lee Gifford.

Regis Philbin Co-Hosts "WNYW’s ‘Good Day’

Tuesday on the New York Fox O&O’s Good Day New York, Regis Philbin co-hosted the 9 a.m. hour with Rosanna Scotto. This was a reunion for the two since Scotto began her career as Philbin’s production assistant about 30 years ago. The hour beat his old show (now Live with Kelly and Michael) in the adults 25-54, 18-49 and women 25-54 demos.

Regis Philbin’s Talk Now Turns To Sports

Regis Philbin, who turns 82 this month, is about to host Crowd Goes Wild, a sports talk show on Rupert Murdoch’s new Fox Sports 1 network.

Regis Readying His New Fox Sports 1 Show

NEW YORK (AP) — Regis Philbin’s new colleagues were tapping away on their smartphones Monday, tweeting about his new sports talk show, and he blurted out: “All I’ve got is a bottle of water.” “Crowd Goes Wild” premieres next month with the launch of cable channel Fox Sports 1, and befitting a program debuting in […]

Regis Said To Be Getting Fox Sports Gig

The 81-year-old Regis Philbin is close to signing a deal with Fox Sports to host a sports talk show, according to sources.

Regis Philbin Hosting International Emmys

Regis Takes Recurring Gig On ‘Rachael Ray’

Less than a year after ending his 28-year stint as the host of Live, 81-year-old Regis Philbin has signed on as a recurring guest on Rachael Ray, the syndicated talk show hosted by celebrity foodie Ray. He will debut on Sept. 24 and appear once a month.

Regis Philbin To Guest Star On ‘Hot in Cleveland’

NEW YORK (AP) — Regis Philbin might no longer be a staple on morning television, but he’ll soon appear in primetime on “Hot in Cleveland.” Philbin along with Joan Rivers, Rhea Perlman, Andy Richter and Kevin Nealon are all slated for guest appearances on the TV Land comedy. The show, now in its third season, […]

Without Regis, Kelly Keeps Up Ratings

By virtually every measure, Live With Kelly is faring better so far under Kelly Ripa (with a string of guest co-hosts) than it did at this point last year, when Regis Philbin was by her side.

Regis Has His Eye On Primetime

Regis Philbin is taking a break from the talk show format. His anticipated return to TV won’t see him chatting on a daytime sofa — he’s aiming for a bigger primetime talent show. “We’re contemplating a show that is sort of a talent show, but it involves the whole family,” Philbin told Page Six.

Regis Philbin’s Final ‘Live’ To Net Record Ratings

Regis Philbin Says Goodbye To Morning TV

“I’ll always remember spending the mornings with all of you,” the veteran show-biz personality said, ending his final appearance Friday as host of Live! With Regis and Kelly.

 

Live With Regis & Jerry (Seinfeld)

TV’s ultimate survivor, Regis Philbin, signs off this week. the daytime kibitzer talks to Jerry Seinfeld about what makes a show last — and how to know when to quit.

Regis Philbin Says He Was Forced Out Of ‘Live’

What’s Next For Regis Philbin? Reality TV Star?

Regis Philbin Announces Final ‘Live’ Date

After 28 years of hosting Live! With Regis and Kelly, Regis Philbin will sign off on Friday, Nov. 18. The long-time host announced his official end date on the show today.

Search Narrows For Regis Philbin Successor

TV icon Regis Philbin, 79, said five months ago that he wanted to leave Live With Regis and Kelly in November. While a decision on Philbin’s successor isn’t imminent, Disney has been considering a range of candidates, say people close to Disney-ABC Domestic Television, which distributes the show. Radio-TV personality Ryan Seacrest, 36; TV host and former Bravo executive Andy Cohen, 43; and TV host and actor Mark Consuelos, 40, are all said to be possible contenders. Consuelos is married to Philbin’s co-host, Kelly Ripa.

TV In Transition As Familiar Faces Move On

The departure of a large class of prominent television personalities is creating upheaval on the small screen and in broadcasting boardrooms.

N.Y. State Broadcasters Sets Hall Of Fame Nominees

The New York State Broadcasters Association (NYSBA) today announced the industry professionals to be named to its 2011 Hall of Fame. This year’s nominees are: Regis Philbin, talk and game show host; Joseph A. Reilly, NYSBA president; Rick Buckley, chairman-CEO of Buckley Radio in Greenwich, Conn.; William B. Williams, a New York City radio icon; […]

Regis Philbin Writing Memoir

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WABC Plans Its Post-‘Oprah’ Era

The New York ABC O&O plans to add a local news hour. Also affecting the station will be  Regis Philbin’s departure from the syndicated hit Live with Regis and Kelly that WABC airs at 9 a.m., although his exit is being pushed back from August to November.

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WABC Plans Its Post-‘Oprah’ Era

The New York ABC O&O plans to add a local news hour. Also affecting the station will be  Regis Philbin’s departure from the syndicated hit Live with Regis and Kelly that WABC airs at 9 a.m., although his exit is being pushed back from August to November.

Rumor Mill: Regis Quit Over Pay Cut

Regis Philbin Announces He’s Retiring

The host with Kelly Ripa of Disney-ABC Domestic Television’s Live With Regis and Kelly says he will be stepping down from the show around the end of the summer, though he didn’t specify a departure date.