The Foote Files
I love KVIL, ever since I did that 2-hour Sunday night show in October 1968 at age 14 just before Ron Chapman took over the mornings and put this station on the national stage ever since.
I loved the ’80s. Great times, the decade in which I got married, and the one that got my TV career started. But it was also the decade of some of the best music ever recoreded.
On March 3, WCBS-FM in New York City celebrated the first anniversary of The Big Show With Scott Shannon, which airs weekday mornings. Shannon has been a favorite for years.
March 31 is the 330th anniversary of the birth of German composer Johann Sebastian Bach. If you enjoy classical music like I do, Bach is probably one of your favorites.
Viewers occasionally find themselves unable to get CBS on the television. When we get a call or email from a viewer about reception problems, we ask the following questions.
If you were attending NATPE during the 80’s, it was very fast paced during the day. But at night, the pace was completely opposite: very relaxed with friends and colleagues — and sometimes Hollywood stars!
Last week, I lost one of my best friends in the business, Al Shore. He was the last of a generation of syndicators alive who wrote the book on how to sell TV shows to stations.
February has been an awful month for celebrity deaths. Here are three famous and successful individuals who we lost this month — Gary Owens, Lesley Gore and Bob Simon.
TV shows that were all love, all the time!
This Sunday, February 8, one of the biggest musical events of the year, the 57th Annual Grammy Awards, will take place and will air LIVE on the CBS Television Network
If you have been keeping up with the weather, then you know how much snow hit the northeastern U.S. this week. But that weather triggers a story told by comedian Rich Little.
If you grew up in the 1960’s you most likely heard a type of rock music on the radio that is now known as “garage rock” or “underground garage rock”.