August 18, 1948…Vine Street Studios Debut & TV’s Top Shows Follow Did you know this was originally the home of The Don Lee – Mutual Network?
Or, that this is the first place Johnny Carson ever went on network television?
The dedication of the Don Lee-Mutual Broadcasting building was held on August 18, 1948.
Lee bought KFRC in San Francisco and KHJ in Los Angeles, ultimately building the chain to 12 West Coast stations.with Jodie Marsh on two occasions, The following year, Marsh appeared on the popular BBC Three show Snog Marry Avoid? Marsh came face to face with the computerised overhaul device named POD where she received a make-under although quickly reverted to her usual heavily made up look.On 29 September 2010, Marsh appeared in the one-off documentary Jodie Marsh Tattoo Apprentice which was screened on the channel DMAX.This was also the home of “The Dating Game”, “The Joey Bishop Show”, and more.The building, at 1313 Vine Street in Hollywood, was constructed in 1948 as a radio and television studio facility at a cost of million.