Arch Campbell “The Arch Campbell Show” Host
I've reported on movies, theater, and entertainment in Washington, D.C., since the 1970s. I moved here from Dallas to work for WRC-TV News and stayed there 32 years. ABC 7/WJLA hired me in 2007.
Now I appear Mondays and Thursdays on ABC7 News at 5, plus segments on Good Morning Washington and the Friday night ABC7 News at 11. I appear several times a week on NewsChannel 8 and I host The Arch Campbell Show — a half hour entertainment/comedy show that airs Thursdays and Fridays at 8:30 p.m., with reruns on Saturday morning and Saturday night at 10:30 pm.
I grew up in San Antonio and graduated from the University of Texas with a bachelor's degree in radio/television/film and a master's degree in journalism. I really love what I do here at ABC7 and NewsChannel 8. Watching a great movie still gives me a thrill.
You can check out my blog for all the latest comings and goings.
The Kennedy Center Honors are awarding a dancer-turned-actress, along with four musicians: Billy Joel, Opera diva Martina Arroya, Jazz master Herbie Hancock, rock icon Carlos Santana, and the legendary Shirley McLaine.
Christian Bale tries to hold his family together in “Out of the Furnace by working at a steel mill. He watches over his dying father and struggling brother – played by Casey Affleck as a returning war vet.
Anchorman 2 star Will Ferrell joined Arch Campbell this week for an interview you don't want to miss.
Hope you see something good at the movies...
KXMB-TV in Bismarck, North Dakota had a guest newscaster this weekend: the star of the 2004 comedy about television news in the 1970’s, fictional anchorman Ron Burgundy.