This Sept. 25, 2013 photo released by SiriusXM radio shows Robin Williams during the Entertainment Weekly Radio town hall in New York. The town hall series are becoming a programming signature at Sirius XM. (AP Photo/SiriusXM, Jason Shaltz)
NEW YORK (AP) — Wind up Robin Williams and the stories pour out — how he developed his accent for “Mrs. Doubtfire,” found out “Mork & Mindy” was canceled by reading about it in a newspaper and the remark that abruptly ended his appearance on a German talk show.
Old friend Whoopi Goldberg steered the conversation last week at SiriusXM, part of a town hall program that’s swiftly becoming a programming signature at the satellite radio service.
Sirius’ town halls bring artists together, usually when they have new projects to promote, with a small group of fans for hour-long discussions sent out to the satellite radio system’s 25 million subscribers. Portions are fed out to a larger audience through Sirius’ YouTube Login to read more