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Journalist Edward R. Murrow conducted live interviews with celebrities or newsmakers (two per show) in their homes (while he sat in a New York studio). Not at all probing, the chats were an informal attempt, Murrow said, to `revive the art of conversation (more…)

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Steven Tyler, Jennifer Lopez and Randy Jackson

Ratings: American Idol Holds Steady in Demo

Those writing about the inexorably declining ratings of American Idol will have to stand down for at least a day as the amateur talent competition stayed even with last week in the industry-prized 18-to-49 demographic, according to preliminary Nielse… Read more

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"Person to Person" with Warren Buffett
11:41 — "Person to Person" take you to where the billionaire investor's mega deals are done. His private office in Omaha, Neb., is as unconventional as the ma (more…)
Gabby Douglas' home away from home
00:56 — The Olympic gold medalist invites "Person to Person" on board her home on wheels as she tours the country by bus with fellow gymnastics champions.
Alicia Keys: Remembering Nana
01:19 — A big influence on her life, the singer fondly remembers her grandmother -- the woman who helped raise her.
"Person to Person": Alicia Keys performs "Brand New Me"
00:57 — For the first time, the Grammy winner performs a song from her new album, "Girl on Fire." She tells "Person to "Person" co-host Lara Logan "Brand New (more…)

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Mariska Hargitay
Wednesday TV Overview: SVU, Idol Goes to Hollywood, Revenge Is Back, and More

One of the better things about a good episode of NBC's stalwart Law & Order: Special Victims Unit is…

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CBS Revives Person to Person to Peek Inside Homes of George Clooney, Jon Bon Jovi

The revival of CBS' legendary program Person to Person special will feature George Clooney, Jon Bon…

Lara Logan, Charlie Rose
CBS Bringing Back Person to Person

CBS News is bringing back Person to Person, the 1950s prime-time program that pioneered celebrity in…

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  • Premise: Journalist Edward R. Murrow conducted live interviews with celebrities or newsmakers (two per show) in their homes (while he sat in a New York studio). Not at all probing, the chats were an informal attempt, Murrow said, to `revive the art of conversation.… (more)

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