On February 24-26, members of the Classic TV Blogathon will pay tribute to one of the popular genres of the classic television era. From Peter Gunn to Christie Love to Columbo, classic TV detectives have headlined some of the small screen's most popular series. So, join us for our homage to the private eyes and plain clothes detectives who have kept crime under control for decades!
The post schedule below will be updated regularly (and hyperlinks added), so be sure to check back often:
The Classic TV Blog Association will host The Summer of MeTV Classic TV Blogathonon June 2-5. The blogathon will consist of blog posts about TV series on MeTV's summer schedule. The complete schedule is below; click on the TV series title to read the post.
If you interested in joining the Classic TV Blog Association, send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This blogathon will focus on big Hollywood stars that had their own shows, guest starred in other shows, or hosted anthology series with revolving stories. As such, there is a treasure trove of television shows to choose from – any topic, episode, series or guest appearance. You can write about the history of a series, a silver screen star’s road to the small screen or submit a review of a particular guest appearance. The only requirement is that the star(s) you choose must have had a career in the movies.
The event is scheduled for March 20 and 21. If you want to submit an entry, please…
submit topics via twitter to@CitizenScreen or by email to email@example.com
include the title and link to your blog, contact information and topic
include one of the event banners included in this post on your blog to help promote the event.
Go to How Sweet It Was to learn more about this blogathon and view a complete schedule of the posts.
Welcome to Me-TV's Summer of Classic TV Blogathon,hosted by the Classic TV Blog Association. This week, from Monday through Friday, classic TV bloggers from across the nation will publish posts about TV series currently on the Me-TV schedule. It's a tremendous line-up that plays tribute to some of the best television sitcoms and dramas ever made. It's also an opportunity to visit many of television's most beloved characters, from Lieutenant Columbo to Mr. French, Felix and Oscar, Agents 86 and 99, Ralph Kramden, and Rhoda Morgenstern. And for more about Me-TV, you can follow it on Twitteror check out its web siteor Facebook page.
Finally, if you're interested in joining the Classic TV Blog Association, click on our membership guidelines page and, if your blog qualifies, send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Valerie Harper has been a small screen mainstay since the
early 1970s. She won our hearts with Rhoda and has remained there through numerous
made for TV movies, her series Valerie and several guest appearances. Always a
beautiful and welcome presence, several bloggers are celebrating her life and
career from March 19th – 22nd. Please stop by
madefortvmayhem.com for updates and links and feel free to write something
yourself. Just post a link in the comments section. Next
week is all about Valerie, so put on your favorite headscarf and join in the
Welcome to the Classic TV Variety Show Blogathon, a tribute to the great variety series that graced American television from 1950s to the 1970s. Participating blogs and their posting dates are shown below.
If you also want to participate, please make sure your blog complies with the Classic TV Blog Association's guidelines (a key is at the top of this page). Then, send an e-mail to: email@example.com. Include the title and web address of your blog--and specify what classic TV variety show you want to write about. There will be no duplicate tributes, so don't delay if you want to write about a favorite series.
Welcome to the Classic TV Horror Host Blogathon, a tribute to those memorable TV hosts who brought us late night horror movies! This blogathon will run from October 24-31 (concluding, appropriately, on Halloween).
If you still want to participate, please make sure your blog complies with the Classic TV Blog Association's guidelines (hey, they're pretty general!). Then, send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the title and web address of your blog--and specify what host you want to profile. Duplicate tributes are acceptable, provided there aren't too many devoted to one individual.