BrandlandUSA reader Brian Stevens asks about the Tom Chapin children’s show Make A Wish. Says Stevens, “I wish someone could dig up some old “Make a Wish” shows with Tom Chapin. I used to love those.” Below is a clip of the show, which ran on ABC Saturday mornings inMORE HERE

Many of us miss the day that network television provided hours of entertaining but educational fare for kids. Things like ABC’s Schoolhouse Rock. The best of the best was In the News, a CBS Saturday morning news segment for kids. It was only one news segment, but it was slicklyMORE HERE

While there is no Allen Ludden, there is still Password. Tonight, a new version of the classic game show premieres. It’s a one-hour version called Million Dollar Password. Last fall, CBS re-ordered the show, which first debuted in October 1961 on CBS daytime. It went on CBS prime time inMORE HERE

So it’s not the same as having a life as the main FM in New York at the frequency 102.7, but it’s close. CBS Radio has brought back the album oriented rock station WNEW as an online radio station. No longer is it an artifact of radio history. Thankfully, aMORE HERE

Just like their mascot, that (sort of) singing Michigan J. Frog, The WB is back for another run. And this time, Warner Brothers is hoping the frog will actually sing. It’s a great time for old entertainment brands. Who would have thought that Screen Gems and United Artists would beMORE HERE

LIFE magazine lives on. In name really. The latest release from iconic LIFE comes in the form of a “stunning, oversized hardcover book” called Dream Destinations. The travel book takes readers to 100 of the world’s greatest destinations including the Masai Mara and iconic wonders like Montezuma. It hits bookstoresMORE HERE

Lots of great things are back. Marie Osmond is back on the American Broadcasting Corporation, starring this season on Dancing with the Stars. Sally Field is saying screwy things at an awards show. On top of all this redux, there is evidence (sketchy) that a Love Boat movie might beMORE HERE