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I wish each and every one of you a very Happy Thanksgiving. There is a whole that I am thankful for this year, so here is just a partial list, in no particular order.
44 years ago today, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew delivered a speech in Des Moines IA that would later come back to haunt him.
I’m getting ready to take a few days off from work to celebrate my 27th wedding anniversary but, before I do, I wanted to write this week’s blog called “Clunk Emails.”
One of the best game shows in the history of television, “The Match Game” premiered 51 years ago on NBC during daytime from 1962-1969, and then on CBS from 1973-1979.
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.
One of the most prestigious and iconic TV network evening newscasts in America is the CBS Evening News. And half of the show’s anchors have had ties to Texas.
We lost Lisa Robin Kelly last night at the age of 43. She was best known for her portrayal as Laurie Forman on the hit TV show, “That 70’s Show.”
The news about the sudden passing of radio personality Kidd Kraddick was not only was a shock professionally and personally, but also prompted my brain to recall a story about him.
Captain Kangaroo remains today as one of the longest running children’s programs in history, lasting from October 1955 until its cancellation in December 1984.
I have a song stuck in my head from Robin Thicke called “Blurred Lines”. It’s one of the most popular songs on Top 40 radio today. But what you hear on the radio might not necessarily be what the artist originally recorded.