Podcast of TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 559.1 with guest Ron Bacon is available for listening on demand

Ron Bacon and The Generosity of Liberace
Original Airdates: Nov. 12-14, 2021
TVC 559.1: A return appearance by Emmy Award winner Ron Bacon, a true pioneer of television who wore many hats throughout his thirty-five year career in TV production, including stage manager, associate director, writer, producer, and director on more than 12,500 network TV broadcasts, covering just about every type of programming available, including variety shows, variety specials, sporting events, and many Academy Awards broadcasts. In this segment, Ron talks to Ed about the enormous amount of preparation that goes into planning and producing an Oscarcast, as well as how he became friends with Liberace as a result of the pianist’s daytime series on ABC-TV.

Ron Bacon, Dick Clark, and All in the Family
Original Airdates: Nov. 12-14, 2021
TVC 559.2: Emmy Award winner Ron Bacon talks to Ed about his many years of working with Dick Clark, including Clark’s knack for recognizing talent and his willingness to listen to others; how he was approached to play Meathead in Those Were the Days, the second pilot for All in the Family; and his work on other scripted series, including the short-lived ABC-TV version of Operation: Petticoat. Ron’s short film, The Kite Song, is available for free at RonBacon.net.

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