Media Beat

Anchor Mark Hayes, who left WLWT-TV in August, has returned to Atlanta, where he and his family lived for 10 years.

Media Heritage

Former "Midwestern Hayride" producer Dick Murgatroyd will be in the WVXU-FM studio Thursday to talk about WLWT-TV's iconic country music show and the Golden Age of Live Cincinnati Television on our 1-2 p.m. "Cincinnati Edition" show.

Film Cincinnati

Film Cincinnati celebrates its 30th anniversary with a cool video montage of 30 years of movie scenes shot here, from "Rain Main" and "Airborne"  to "Carol," "Miles Ahead" and "Goat."

iHeartMedia

2:30 p.m. Monday Sept. 11 update: Tracy Jones was let go from WLW-AM Friday afternoon in "a corporate decision over which no one (at the station) had any control," said Bill Cunningham on his show Monday afternoon.

Cunningham told listeners several hours after my blog post Monday that the decision to lay off Jones, the afternoon co-host for nearly 10 years, "had nothing to do with Tracy Jones."

WGUC-FM

Classical music WGUC-FM (90.9) will celebrate the $135-million renovation of Music Hall with a two-hour special, "Music Hall: Welcome Home," at 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 1.

Former WUBE-FM and WGRR-FM part-time DJ Gina Matthews takes over the 10 a.m.-2 p.m. shift on Dry Ridge classic country WNKR-FM (106.7) on Monday, Sept. 11.

NBCUniversal

Here's my Fall TV guide, as the season kicks off tonight with the first Thursday night NFL game.

My list includes:

Thumbnails descriptions for the 19 new prime-time shows, starting with Seth MacFarlane's "The Orville" Sunday, Sept. 10.

Returning shows season premieres.

ABC

Nick Lachey has taken his reality TV life to yet another level.

After being "Newlyweds" with Jessica Simpson on MTV, and marrying Vanessa Minnillo on TLC in 2011, Nick and Vanessa will compete against each other – and the rest of the celebrities – on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars."

WUBE-FM

Congratulations to WUBE-FM's afternoon drive hosts Jesse Tack and Amanda Valentine on their first nomination for a Country Music Association Broadcast Award.

NBCUniversal

Daytime TV host and former Cincinnati Mayor Jerry Springer says he'll decide soon whether to leave television and return to Ohio politics.

Pete Souza / White House Photo

Stars are coming out for the multi-network live "Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Harvey Relief" telethon set for 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12, shortly after Hurricane Irma could slam into Florida.

John Kiesewetter

Music Hall visitors attending the grand re-opening Oct. 6-7 will get a sneak peek of "Music Hall: The Next Movement," WCET-TV's documentary about the massive $135-million renovation.

The rest of us must wait until Thursday, Nov. 16, to see the film by producer Richard Wonderling and co-producer Don Hancock.

Verve Records

Some know comedian Shelley Berman from his Emmy-nominated role as Larry David's father on "Curb Your Enthusiasm." Others will remember him as old Judge Sanders on "Boston Legal," or his guest roles on "L.A. Law."

But loyal WNOP-AM listeners will remember the iconic 1960s comedian - who died Friday at 92 at his California home of complications from Alzheimer's - from the station identification spots he recorded for the Newport jazz station that aired bits from comedy albums.

Provided / Denise Johnson

Traffic reporter Denise Johnson says she left WXIX-TV Wednesday because she refused to accept the station's 90-day contract extension.

NBC

Update 1:30 p.m.: Over-the-air WOTH-TV's Movies TV Network (Channel 20.1) also will air a Jerry Lewis marathon Labor Day starting with "Don’t Give Up The Ship" (1959) at 8 a.m., in addition to the Turner Classics Movie marathon.

The Channel 20.1 "Icon-a-thon" continues with "The Ladies Man" (10 a.m.) from 1961; "The Nutty Professor" (12:30 p.m.) from 1963; "Boeing Boeing" (3 p.m.) from 1965; "The Family Jewels" (5:30 p.m.) from 1965; "You're Never Too Young" with Lewis and Jerry Martin (8 p.m.) from 1955; .and repeats of "The Nutty Professor"(10:30 p.m..) and "Boeing Boeing" (1 a.m.).

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