Jane Hall

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Latest from Jane Hall
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Once Dallas' Wild Child, Charlene Tilton Returns to the Ranch in a New Guise—as a Grown Up!
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A Strike May Turn Tv into a Vast Rerun Wasteland
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The Great Kate Returns—Cancer Fears and Sunset Years Be Damned
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The News About 'Broadcast'
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TV's David Frost Quizzes the Men Who Would Be President
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TV's Reigning Mom, Phylicia Rashad, and Her Football Hero, Ahmad, Revel in a Match Made by Bill Cosby
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In a Shocker Show, 'Cagney & Lacey' Tests Limits with the Most Vicious Racial Slurs Ever Heard on TV
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After An Onstage Collapse and a Six-Year Battle with Stage Fright, Carly Simon Braves a Comeback
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Taking the Heat for Sagging Ratings, CBS Anchor Dan Rather Is Toughing It Out in Last Place
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NBC's Crack (of Dawn) News Anchor, Deborah Norville, Shoots for a Spot as the Next Morning Star
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TV's New Toys Send Critics Scrambling for Their Guns
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Laying Down the 'Law'
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Weighed as a Future Anchor, Diane Sawyer Joins Toni Morrison's Million-Dollar Men's Club
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A New Hit on TV, Ex-Addict Clifton Davis Can Say Amen to His Past
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The Gospel According to Mazrui—pbs Broadcasts One Scholar's Startling View of African History
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Fighting Off a Few Guilty Tears, Jane Pauley Leaves Her Kids at Home and Heads Back to Work on Today
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David Hartman Leaves 'GMA' After a Decade Run That Rarely Showed the Muscle Behind His Mild Manner
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In a Blink of the CBS Eye, Financial Wizard Larry Tisch Takes Charge of a TV Giant
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Five Years After Dropping Anchor, Walter Cronkite Is Not Quite Ready to Sail Quietly into the Sunset
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David Hartman's Silent Partner No More, Joan Lunden Wins New Status on 'Good Morning America'
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Late Night Letterman
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Things Not Always Being Equal, Two-Career Couples Are Slugging It Out Over Money, Sex and Status
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Bobby Might Be Dead, but That Can't Stop Patrick Duffy from Jumping Back in the Dallas Saddle
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The New Kids on the Cbs Block Try to Put Their Show on the Map