The Foote Files
Earlier this month was the 20th anniversary of the DFW market’s television network affiliation switch that affected four stations and brought CBS programming to KTVT.
The DFW media market lost two veteran newsmen within the last two weeks, both of whom I listened to as a kid growing up in Dallas in the 60’s.
This week’s blog lists 50 of the greatest pop summer songs of all time, according to Ken Foote.
It’s time again to relive and countdown the 10 most popular songs in America from 1980 as determined by Billboard Magazine.
When Hurricane Carla hit the Texas Coast in September 1961, it landed with such intensity that no other hurricane to hit Texas has ever matched it. Rather saw this news event as a way to make his mark as a reporter.
We’re looking back to 1975, and the 10 most popular songs in the nation! It was quite a year. The Vietnam War ended and President Ford had only been in office for a few months.
Bob Schieffer started his career at KXOL radio in Fort Worth, but became known for his famous phone call and interview in 1963 with Lee Harvey Oswald’s mother.
This week, I want to take a moment to congratulate our high school and college graduates on a job well done.
This coming Monday, May 25, the national digital network Decades officially premieres on KTVT 11.2 at 6 a.m. local time! More details here!
When it comes to radio programming, there are music formats within the main music formats. Within country music, a station can drill down and program a variety of genres.
Fifty years this month, May 5, 1965, Boss Radio 93 KHJ in Los Angeles hard launched its Top 40 format on the 930 AM frequency.
We are looking back 50 years ago and counting down the 10 most popular songs of 1965, as determined by Billboard. These are the songs you heard on great radio stations.