The Western Show has a new draw for attendees: Ted Turner.
The Cable Center will record Turner's video history during a luncheon Nov. 28
in Anaheim, Calif., at the show, officials said Wednesday.
'The Cable Center's oral- and video-history department is already an
outstanding resource for chronicling the exciting development of our history,'
Cable Center president Jim O'Brien said in a prepared statement. 'Ted will make
an outstanding addition to our collection, as well as providing one of the more
interesting and entertaining events of this year's Western Show.'
Turner -- founder of Cable News Network and Turner Broadcasting System Inc.,
as well as former vice chairman of AOL Time Warner Inc. -- will tell his story
starting at noon at the Nov. 28 luncheon at the Anaheim Hilton. Tickets for the
event are $150.
AOL Time Warner's Turner Broadcasting is one of the many programmers that has
opted not to exhibit at the show this year.