Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: Dallas Mavericks Summer League Games Are Back!Want to see the potential up and coming stars for the Dallas Mavericks? No problem! Just tune to TXA21 starting this Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m. for the 2016 Summer League Games.
The May MailbagQuestions about weather, wardrobe and programming. We get a lot of email and letters from our television viewers, and it's time to answer some of the most popular questions.
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: Radio: The Theatre Of The MindThis past week while on vacation, I was watching an old episode of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.
Ken Foote's Radio TV Files: The Top 10 Hits Of 19691969 was the year President Richard M. Nixon took office. The Vietnam War was still going on with almost 500,000 men there, with Nixon’s “Vietnamization” plan on the way.
CBS 11 & TXA 21 Programming Notes For ThanksgivingFrom our family to yours, we hope that you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving weekend. Check out these special programming notes for the holiday that will affect both CBS 11 and TXA 21.
In Memoriam: Bob Morrison & Dick WheelerThe 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.
50 Of My Favorite Summer Songs Of All TimeThis week’s blog lists 50 of the greatest pop summer songs of all time, according to Ken Foote.
The Top 10 Hits Of 1980It’s time again to relive and countdown the 10 most popular songs in America from 1980 as determined by Billboard Magazine.
The Top 10 Songs Of 1975We'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.
Radio Music Director For A DayI 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.
It's All About....MeTV!Santa Claus came to see us early this year! He brought us MeTV!
JFK Assassination Through My 6-Year-Old EyesThe 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.