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Atlanta, GA, United States

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Past articles by Rodney:

Fred Kalil retiring after 42-year sports broadcasting career

Fred Kalil, the veteran Atlanta TV sports broadcaster, is going to retire on April 3 after 40-plus years in the business when the March Madness tournament ends. → Read More

Briefs: ‘The Resident’ prop sale; Trilith Studios’ $1 million charity ball; Rutledge Wood’s NBC Hot Wheels show

Peachtree Battle Estate Sales is selling a wide variety of props used over six seasons on Fox’s medical drama “The Resident.” → Read More

WSJ: Tyler Perry interested in buying majority stake in BET

Atlanta mogul Tyler Perry is interested in buying a majority stake in BET Media Group from Paramount Global, according to The Wall Street Journal. → Read More

‘American Idol’ auditions recap, season 21, episode 3

Last week’s “American Idol” auditions episode was filled with less-than-enthralling entrants, many who were inexplicably sent to Hollywood. → Read More

Bounce TV’s ‘Act Your Age’ is ‘Golden Girls’ for Black women

Atlanta-based broadcast network Bounce TV has created a sitcom that evokes “The Golden Girls,” but this time with Black women. → Read More

Former Atlanta United star Josef Martinez’s Sandy Springs home on sale for $2.1 million

Former Atlanta United soccer star Josef Martinez, who spent six seasons as the face of the franchise until last month, has placed his Sandy Springs mansion for sale for $2.1 million. → Read More

Leslie Fram officially rejoins a revamped ‘Morning X’ on 99X with Steve Barnes

Leslie Fram will officially re-join Steve Barnes on the revived Morning X show on 99X. → Read More

INTERVIEW: David Foster, Kat McPhee enjoy touring together as a married couple

David Foster, who has produced a cavalcade of hit pop songs for everyone from Earth, Wind & Fire to Celine Dion to Chicago, will join actress and singer Katharine McPhee in Atlanta for two shows Saturday, Feb. 25 at Atlanta Symphony Hall. → Read More

Ryan Cameron opens Dough Boy Pizza franchise at South DeKalb Mall

Ryan Cameron has opened a new pizza place Dough Boy Pizza at South DeKalb Mall. → Read More

TV best bets with David Harbour, Christoph Waltz, Eugene Levy, The Weeknd, Woody Harrelson

Instead of fighting the Demogorgon on “Stranger Things” as a sheriff, David Harbour plays a ghost named Ernest who died in the early 1970s donning a comb-over and wearing a bowling shirt in a family film called “We Have a Ghost,” also featuring Anthony Mackie and Tig Notaro. It comes out Friday. → Read More

First ever Tyler Perry exhibition set at Macon’s Tubman Museum

MACON ― In 2017, Harold Young, events coordinator at the Tubman African American Museum in Macon, had a dream to create an exhibit celebrating the life of Tyler Perry. → Read More

Erick Erickson extends contract with WSB radio for three more years

WSB radio afternoon host Erick Erickson has signed a new contract that will keep him at the news/talk station another three years. → Read More

‘Aqua Teen Hunger Force’ back as a movie and returning as a series on Adult Swim

“Aqua Teen Hunger Force” was one of the first big hits in the early days of Adult Swim more than two decades ago, generated on a comically low budget by Atlantans Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro. → Read More

INTERVIEW: Angela Yee of ‘Breakfast Club’ fame starts new syndicated midday show

Angela Yee, formerly of "The Breakfast Club" morning show, has created a new mid-day syndicated show that is now on 105.3/The Beat after "The Breakfast Club." → Read More

What’s filming in Georgia in February 2023?

Film and TV production in Georgia remains at a steady clip of 35 to 40 productions at a time, behind the rate a year ago or this past fall but comparable to last spring. → Read More

Comic David Koechner rides ‘The Office’ wave, reprising his obnoxious Todd Packer character for live shows

David Koechner is widely recognized in classic comedic roles in films like “Talladega Nights” and “Anchorman,”” but he is also a stand-up comic who isn’t afraid to mine the nostalgic power of “The Office.” → Read More

TV best bets with Julianne Moore, Roseanne Barr, Joel McHale, Billy Crudup, Anne Hathaway, Milo Ventimiglia

Roseanne Barr, defiant as always, is back doing stand-up and she’ll be seen on Fox Nation streaming Monday in a special titled “Cancel This!” → Read More

Atlanta chef Darryl Taylor gets post-Super Bowl exposure in Gordon Ramsay’s ‘Next Level Chef’

For only the second time, the program that airs right after the Super Bowl will be a reality show. The last time Fox had the game in 2020, it used the coveted spot to promote “The Masked Singer.” → Read More

INTERVIEW: Joe Gatto of ‘Impractical Jokers” fame on being fearless, going solo and loving Paula Abdul

Joe Gatto is part of what one would call truTV royalty. → Read More

Atlanta comic, actor Clayton English digs into history and fallacies of ‘The War on Drugs’ in new podcast

The phrase “war on drugs” was invented by Richard Nixon in 1971 and has retained its power for five decades. But if this is a war, is there an actual winner or just a whole lot of losers? → Read More