It will be good to be back in New York again for New Year's and I'm elated that Ryan has agreed to join me in ushering in New Year's on America's favorite holiday specialDick Clark/Ryan Seacrest to share New Year Aug 15, 2005
The doctors tell me I should be back in the swing of things before too longProducer Dick Clark suffers 'mild' stroke Dec 08, 2004
We've got a wonderful old ... tape that's been lost for 40 years that nobody's seen since it first airedLost Beatles footage on AMA show Nov 06, 2004
Bringing back an American tradition like 'Bandstand' has always been a dream of mine, and I can't think of a better person to partner with than Simon Fuller, whose foresight in trend-setting television shows and music will surely bring the show new luster and then someNew 'American Bandstand' in the works May 24, 2004
It was good to hear from you, Ralph. This is a tough letter to write. I have great respect and admiration for your accomplishments, and wish you success in your desire to get back to work.' (But) the last development guy we hired was 27 years old. Another person who is joining our staff next week is 30. People our age are considered dinosaurs! The business is being run by The Next Generation.Dick Clark sued for age discrimination Mar 02, 2004
Richard Wagstaff "Dick" Clark (born November 30, 1929) is an American businessman; game-show host; and radio and television personality. He served as chairman and chief executive officer of Dick Clark Productions, which he has sold part of in recent years. Clark is best known for hosting long-running television shows such as American Bandstand, five versions of the game show Pyramid, and Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve.
Clark has long been known for his departing catchphrase, "For now, Dick Clark...so long," delivered with a military salute, and for his youthful appearance, earning the moniker "America's Oldest Teenager", until he had a stroke in late 2004. With some speech ability still impaired, Clark returned to his New Year's Rockin' Eve show on December 31, 2005/January 1, 2006. Subsequently, he appeared at the Emmy Awards on August 27, 2006, and every New Year's Rockin' Eve show since then.
On November 30, 2009, disc jockeys throughout the U.S. paid tribute to Clark on his 80th birthday.