“Why Guiding Light burned out after 72 years” was a piece written and published in the Wall Street Journal yesterday, featuring ABC Daytime head honcho, Brian Frons. Frons, who started his creative executive career with “GL” decades ago, offered his perpsective and insight, and why we, when all is said and gone are saying goodbye to the longest running show in history. Here is an excerpt:
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0 August 15th, 2009 Wall Street Journal profiles end of “GL” with ABC Daytime’s Brian Frons!
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