The Foote Files
After watching all of the network upfront presentations, I got to thinking about how all of the major networks — CBS, ABC, NBC and FOX — got their start in television.
If you are a regular viewer of CBS daytime drama, you knew Jeanne Cooper and the role she played on “The Young and the Restless,” the top daytime drama in America today.
If you were a child of the 1950s and 1960s, you more than likely watched “Leave It to Beaver.” Frank Bank, who played Lumpy, passed away on April 13 at age 71.
As a guy who has worked in the TV business since 1978, I was never more proud of CBS News than during their coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings.
You cannot please all people all the time. Since anyone in the world who has internet access can see our webpage, at any given time, someone is not going to like your blog.
KVIL Radio in the Dallas/Fort Worth area is a legendary radio station. So for that reason I believe that anyone who has been given the honor and privilege to grace its airwaves deserves a little press!
The NCAA men’s basketball tournament is one of the biggest sporting events in the world and one of the most complicated ones to cover from a broadcast point of view.
KTVT has a rich history, going back to the day when an oil millionaire named Sid Richardson flipped the switch on its transmitter in 1955 and the station first signed on the air.
Syndication in the TV industry is the process of selling shows to local stations in various markets around the country. It is, for many stations, their lifeblood for existence.
I often wonder, if Twitter had been around back then, what sort of names would classic TV characters have had online? I offer my humble suggestions for your consideration.
When television began to grow rapidly in the 1950s, the original radio network model began to erode. As a result, network radio shows were being cancelled by the dozens.
This week’s blog was spurred by an appointment today with someone I have not seen in 30 years but that brought back fond memories of an era gone by.