Vibe (TV series)

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VIBE
Created by Quincy Jones
Written by Geoff Brown
Steve Billnitzer
Steve Melcher
Hugh Moore
T. Sean Shannon
Charles Shannon II
James Shannon
Directed by Sandra Fullerton
Presented by Chris Spencer (1997)
Sinbad (1997–1998)
Composer(s) Greg Phillinganes
David Sibley
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 28
Production
Executive producer(s) Quincy Jones
Daniel Kellison
David Salzman
Producer(s) Annette Grundy
Daniel Salzman
Belma Johnson
Cali Alpert
Monique Chenault
Location(s) Los Angeles, California, United States
Camera setup Matt Sohn
Production company(s) Columbia TriStar Television Distribution
Distributor Columbia TriStar Television Distribution
Broadcast
Original run September 12, 1997 – April 17, 1998

Vibe is an syndicated American late night talk show that was spun off from the magazine of the same name. Premiering in August 1997, it was produced by Quincy Jones, hosted by Chris Spencer, and featured President Bill Clinton on its first episode.[citation needed] Like The Arsenio Hall Show of the early 1990s, it attracted young, urban audiences. Spencer was fired in October of that year, and replaced by comedian Sinbad, along with Big Boy as the in-house announcer.[1] The show would only last until the summer of 1998, when it was cancelled. The show taped from CBS Television City in Los Angeles.

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