The DFW media market lost two veteran newsmen within the last two weeks, both of whom I listened to as a kid growing up in Dallas in the 60’s.
This week’s blog lists 50 of the greatest pop summer songs of all time, according to Ken Foote.
It’s time again to relive and countdown the 10 most popular songs in America from 1980 as determined by Billboard Magazine.
We’re looking back to 1975, and the 10 most popular songs in the nation! It was quite a year. The Vietnam War ended and President Ford had only been in office for a few months.
I love radio. So, if I could be a radio music director for one day, and could schedule music on a greatest hits station like KLUV-FM, here is my list of what I would play.
Santa Claus came to see us early this year! He brought us MeTV!
The day that changed the world came on November 22, 1963. It was a sunny but cold and windy day in Dallas. I was a fourth-grader sitting in the library when the principal came on the public address system to inform the kids what had happened.
I am a happy guy. A real happy guy. Because my wife and older son recently bought me a new radio for my car… an HD Radio, along with all the other whistles and bells.
One fascinating aspect of my job is acquiring and scheduling new programming. Here’s a preview of the new syndicated programs on CBS 11 and TXA 21 for fall 2013.
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