The Foote Files
This one is about my personal vote for 10 of the best radio disc jockeys over a 40-50 year period. Certainly it is not all inclusive and doesn’t list all of my favorites
Ken Foote is program director for CBS 11 & TXA 21.
Ronnie Schell was one of those entertainers who had multiple skills. He had intended to be a professional baseball player before starting his career as a comedian.
Who are your favorite television dads? As we approach Father’s Day on June 15, here are those television fathers who bring me some of the most fond memories.
We are so delighted to tell you that, for a limited time, TXA 21 will be airing some of the best network television westerns from the golden age, including “Bonanza” and “Gunsmoke.”
He appeared in scores of TV shows such as “Mister Ed,” “The Donna Reed Show,” “The Burns & Allen Show,” “Make Room For Daddy” and “The Mothers-In-Law,” to name a few.
After being on the air locally in Los Angeles, disc jockey Casey Kasem arrived on the national scene as the host of “American Top 40,” syndicated across hundreds of radio stations.
Please be aware of the programming changes for Friday, May 2, and beyond.
Two big subject areas concerned viewers this week. Some people could not see the graphics on the Rangers broadcasts, and many emails asked about the CBS 11 News talent.
This month’s character is Neil Hamilton, a handsome actor with a distinctive voice you may remember best as Commissioner Gordon of the Gotham City Police Department.
For more than 30 years, CBS has been a proud partner with the NCAA to bring you the men’s basketball tournament. But that results schedule changes to some other shows.
Thirty years. Five television stations. One market. That, in a nutshell, describes my TV career since 1984. I am proud of that story, and humbled by the success I have had.