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.
This all-girl group got their start in the early 1960’s as a quartet but ended up as a trio for the song we are highlighting today.
The Fifth Dimension was one of the most popular groups of the late 60’s and early 70’s, with Marilyn McCoo, Billy Davis, Jr., Florence LaRue, Lamont McLemore, and Ron Townson.
(CBS11) – Camila Cabello was a founding member of the pop music group Fifth Harmony, the group that brought us “Work From Home” and “Sledgehammer.” Born Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao on March 3, 1997 (same month and day as my older brother) in Cojimar, Eastern Havana, Cuba, she and her family moved to Miami when […]
This past Sunday, my wife and I went back up to Winstar in Thackerville, OK for a matinee concert from The Temptations. And I have to tell you: this group is as great today as they were back when they got started in Detroit in 1960.
If you like hard-charging rock and roll with that gritty sound, then you’re going to like the sound of The Bayonets.
This underground rock group hailed from Tyler, Texas some 80 miles or so east of Dallas.
The group, The Left Banke, was an early baroque rock band from the 1960’s.
Don Imus is no doubt one of the most successful American radio personalities in history, but much of his success is due to his longtime sidekick, Charles McCord.
During the 1970’s, the Swedish pop/disco group ABBA was probably one of the more commercially successful pop rock quartets.
One of the best hard rock/blues bands of the late 60’s and early 70’s actually got their start not in the United States… but Canada.
Alvy Moore was born 1921 and served in the Marines during World War II. After the war, he started his acting career. He did some theatre before moving to television, but the role of Hank Kimball on “Green Acres” put him on the national stage.
This iconic radio station in New York has been celebrating 50 years of all-news for New York and the Tristate area.