The Foote Files
August 22 is my birthday, and I happen to share this date with three famous people who are (or were) all part of the CBS family — Steve Kroft, Morton Dean and Valerie Harper.
We lost Lisa Robin Kelly last night at the age of 43. She was best known for her portrayal as Laurie Forman on the hit TV show, “That 70’s Show.”
Beginning August 12, the 11:00 a.m. “Jeopardy!” will move from CBS 11 to TXA 21 at 6:00 p.m. while our TXA 21 airing of the show will move to 5:30 p.m. from its 6:00 p.m. slot.
The news about the sudden passing of radio personality Kidd Kraddick was not only was a shock professionally and personally, but also prompted my brain to recall a story about him.
Captain Kangaroo remains today as one of the longest running children’s programs in history, lasting from October 1955 until its cancellation in December 1984.
I have a song stuck in my head from Robin Thicke called “Blurred Lines”. It’s one of the most popular songs on Top 40 radio today. But what you hear on the radio might not necessarily be what the artist originally recorded.
Summer is a time to enjoy beautiful weather, spend time with family, take a vacation and listen to some great music. It’s the music that I remember the most.
When you are a really big star bringing in lots of money, you have a really good chance of meeting the top business executives of a large media company like CBS.
This is the 237th anniversary of the Declaration Of Independence from British rule. And as we celebrate July 4th, I am reminded of what that document means to me.
As I was going back into history, I started thinking about those little tidbits of sound, voice, words, and delivery thereof that we don’t hear anymore. So here is my list of things you don’t hear or see on radio and TV
Ed Sullivan was a talent scout and newspaper columnist before he caught the attention of CBS executives, who were just beginning to launch the CBS Television Network.
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.