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O’Toole From Moscow

WVXU and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music will present Rod Serling's 1955 baseball /red scare comedy "O'Toole From Moscow" in a radio adaptation.

Newsletter Winter 2020

Remembering Carol Serling, from the RSMF archives, Serling Fest 2019, classic Twilight Zone episodes shown at theaters, scriptwriting competition, Navigating our new website. [...]

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Carol Serling 1929-2020

Carol Serling, widow of Rod Serling, faithful defender and steward of his work, passed away on January 9, 2020, at age 90. Many [...]

Kassan to speak at Conference

Lawrence Kassan will speak at New York State Retired Teachers Association Conference. Kassan is Coordinator of Special Events and Theatre at the Rod Serling School [...]

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Thank You!

Welcome to our new website! We won a contest for website redesign because of your persistent voting and your passion for all things Serling. The [...]

Newsletter Spring 2019

Serling Fest, Narrations contest, Nick Parisi's book, Rod Serling Film Festival, Rod's First Rejection Letter, Anticipating the New TZ, "Time Element" radio performance [...]

Enter the Rod Serling Film Festival

Sponsored by WSKG in Binghamton, NY... The Rod Serling Film Festival is accepting submissions from K-12 students for the 2020 contest. Use the same [...]

2018 Scholarship Winner

Congratulations to Baiyina Richardson, 2018 winner of the Rod Serling Memorial Foundation scholarship! Baiyina will study Mechanical Engineering at SUNY Binghamton. Photo by Emmet Chilton-Sugerman Baiyina [...]

Newsletter Spring 2018

Twilight Zone turns 50, Celebrations in Binghamton and Ithaca, Serling stamp, Paley Center stages “The Masks”, WSKG stages two live TZ episodes [...]

Newsletter Summer 2017

Twilight Zone Comes Home: two pages of photos, Albarella on Night Gallery, touring Binghamton, Italian TZ graphic novels, Narrate Your Own Twilight Zone [...]

Newsletter Winter 2016/2017

RSMF’s Serling Award, Teach-Activist-Friend, 2016 Wrap-up, Paley Center’s Rod Serling Award, Rod’s Dr. Christian scripts, Rod the Unitarian, treats from the photo archive [...]

Newsletter Summer 2016

Robercon 2016, Another Dimension anthology, Rod the human icon, Carousel paintings, Ithaca College’s Rod Serling Award, Unknown Serling published, The Loner DVD out [...]

Newsletter December 2010

Screenings of “the Man,” Twilight Zone readings, wrapped busses, As Timeless As Infinity Vol. 8, Paley Center for Media, the Binghamton Bus station inspired [...]

Newsletter Spring 2010

“Forbidden Area”, R.I.P. Robert Serling, new Charles Beaumont documentary, Vol, 7 of As Timeless As Infinity, Beyond the Zone reviews Rod’s less-known works [...]

An Evening with Charles Beaumont

Last April, I spent a bittersweet evening in San Francisco with Charles Beaumont …and Richard Matheson, and George Clayton Johnson, and a crowd of good [...]

Newsletter 50th Anniversary Edition

Twilight Zone turns 50, Celebrations in Binghamton and Ithaca, Serling stamp, Paley Center stages “The Masks”, WSKG stages two live TZ episodes [...]

The Twilight Zone Live

As part of the 50th Anniversary of The Twilight Zone in Rod Serling's hometown Binghamton, NY, WSKG-TV staged two beloved Twilight Zone episodes live, [...]

Newsletter Spring 2009

Through this publication, we 'll keep members informed about what your Foundation is up to... as well as what's happening in the "Zone." [...]

Felicity Does the Twilight Zone

It's Sunday night, and you’re settled in to watch Felicity. You wonder what lies ahead for the show's sensitive heroine, played by Keri Russell. Will [...]

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