Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: The Top 10 Hits Of 1981That year, President Reagan took office and later survived an assassination attempt in Washington, DC. Iran releases 52 Americans that had been held hostage since 1979. And Pac-man was the #1 video game in the country.
Mavericks Postseason Games On TXA 21The Mavericks are getting ready for the opening round of the NBA Playoffs, and those quarterfinal games between Dallas and the Thunder can been seen on TXA 21 starting Saturday night.
TV Show Theme Song Lyrics, Part 2Jack Benny was a star of vaudeville before he moved to network radio, motion pictures and later television. Benny's theme song was called "Love in Bloom," written by Leo Rubin with music by Ralph Rainger.
"The Dick Van Dyke Show" Theme... What? Lyrics?Musical themes for TV shows have been used since the early days of television, especially since TV was first viewed as "radio with pictures." One classic theme song is from "The Dick Van Dyke Show," which aired on CBS from 1961-1966.
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: A CBS11/TXA21 Programming Alert: March Madness Schedule Thursday Through SaturdayHope you have been enjoying the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament this month! It’s been exciting so far and I hope it continues!
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: CBS11/TXA21 Programming Alert: March MadnessThis Thursday, March 17th, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship gets started on CBS and CBS11
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: Radio: The Theatre Of The MindThis past week while on vacation, I was watching an old episode of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.
Remembering George Kennedy & Charlie TunaTwo of my favorite performers, both in similar but different fields, passed away this week. George Kennedy was a burly actor who often played tough guys, and Charlie Tuna was one of the most successful Top 40 radio disc jockeys ever.
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: The Ten Most Popular Songs Of 1976Today we are counting down the 10 most popular songs from 1976 as determined by Billboard Magazine.
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: Remembering Monsignor Tom HartmanIf you were a listener on radio or watcher on TV of the Imus In The Morning show, you will most likely remember seeing “The God Squad”
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: Remembering Pop Novelty SongsIf you lived during the 60’s and 70’s, you most likely heard certain types of songs on Top 40 Radio known today as “novelty songs” or “silly songs.”
Remembering Super BowI I: The Lost OneOnly one recording of the first Super Bowl exists, made by an unidentified man who lived in Pennsylvania, and it is just a partial recording. Neither CBS nor NBC have a clean copy.