Ken Foote is the Director of Programming for CBS 11 and TXA 21.
Foote has been in the radio/TV business since 1978 when he joined WGHP-TV in Greensboro, North Carolina. Since 1984, he has served as the Director of Programming for five TV stations in the DFW area, and was with KTVT in the 1980’s during its “Super Ones” days as an independent.
Foote has been Director Of Programming for KTVT/KTXA since 2004, and is an avid student of radio/TV history both locally and nationally.
The song was based off of one that young girls used to sing when they jumped rope.
The Rolling Stones released a new album six months ago called, “Blue & Lonesome.” This is the group’s first album in eleven years.
You do not have to reside in New York to be familiar with this talented radio DJ or to hear him: Broadway Bill Lee on New York’s WCBS-FM 101.1.
All games are preceded by a 30 minute pregame and postgame show with CBS11 sportscasters Bill Jones and Keith Russell.
Born as Max Elliott in London in 1960, Maxi Priest was the eighth of nine children of Jamaican parents. He got his start singing in live dance hall shows. He signed with Virgin Records in 1985 and released his first song, “Wild World.”
As you all know, we lost Chuck Berry last week. Very few musicians have or have had significant influence on music and other musicians like Chuck Berry.
Continuing our blogs on “one hit wonder” artists, here is one you may or may not be familiar with: Jimmy “Bo” Horne.
You know, I feel a little like the 2014 Becky G song, “Can’t Stop Dancing” with these recent one-hit wonder blogs on Top 40 dance groups……….but here we go again!
I don’t know what prompted me to see if there was some sort of anniversary date for the late character actor William Frawley, but there is this year. Frawley is best known as Fred Mertz from “I Love Lucy.”
In 1961, singer Ketty Lester released two songs. The ‘A’ side was “I’m a Fool to Want You.” But when radio station DJs heard the ‘B’ side, that’s the one they played that made her famous.
I want to make sure you know that CBS 11 and TXA 21 have some rare daytime programming changes starting Monday, March 6.
Born in DeKalb, Illinois, Hale had planned to major in art and drawing. She began as a model for a comic strip, “Ramblin’ Bill,” while working her way through the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts.