Fritz Coleman

co-host, Media Path podcast

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Fritz Coleman, former NBC4 weathercaster, is extending his new comedy show, “ Unassisted Residency ,” through November at the El Portal Monroe Forum.

‘Unassisted Residency’: Celebrate growing old with comedian Fritz Coleman

Fritz Coleman, former NBC4 weathercaster, is extending his new comedy show, “ Unassisted Residency ,” through November at the El Portal Monroe Forum.

from KCRW Features

LA aficionados Patt Morrison and Fritz Coleman discuss where and how Angelenos can experience winter holiday charm despite the temperate weather.

Where to experience a White Christmas in LA

LA aficionados Patt Morrison and Fritz Coleman discuss where and how Angelenos can experience winter holiday charm despite the temperate weather.

from Greater LA

Fritz Coleman retired as a longtime LA weatherman in 2020, but he couldn’t stay away from the mic. He and comedian Louise Palanker have created the Media Path podcast.

TV, radio veterans unite to create podcast for ‘woke boomers’

Fritz Coleman retired as a longtime LA weatherman in 2020, but he couldn’t stay away from the mic. He and comedian Louise Palanker have created the Media Path podcast.

from Greater LA

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