TV Radio Mirror-January 1961-80 pages-magazine.This vintage TV Radio Mirror Magazine-which originally sold for twenty five cents-features a color cover photo of Dick Clark and Carol Burnett plus articles on both with photos.Dick Clark is the ageless co-host of the annual Times Square TV special, New Year's Rockin' Eve. Clark graduated from Syracuse University in 1951 and started work as a disc jockey in Philadelphia in 1952. Four years later he was named permanent host of Bandstand, a local TV show that showcased national music acts. Clark changed the tone of the show to appeal to teenagers and featured newer, younger acts who lip-synched to records while teens danced in the studio. ABC began broadcasting Clark's American Bandstand nationally in 1957, and for years the hit show influenced American pop charts. It became one of the longest-running shows in television history, going into syndication after ABC canceled it in 1987. Clark, whose eternally youthful appearance and musical interests earned him the nickname "America's oldest teenager," has produced and hosted several other shows, including The $10,000 Pyramid (later The $100,000 Pyramid), TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes (with co-host Ed McMahon), the perennial year-ender Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve (which first aired in 1972), and the daytime talk show The Other Half (with Danny Bonaduce).The TV Radio Mirror Magazine has been autographed on the front cover by Dick Clark with a fountain pen in black and Carol Burnett with a fountain pen in blue.............BOTH MAGAZINE AND AUTOGRAPHS ARE IN AVERAGE CONDITION..........
HeadlineDick Clark and Carol Burnett "TV Radio Mirror" Magazine 1961 Signed Autograph Cover Color Photos