Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: Three Letters Calls For RadioCall letters for radio go back to the days of telegraphy when operators would identify each other with a few characters.
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: Three Letters Calls For RadioCall letters for radio go back to the days of telegraphy when operators would identify each other with a few characters.
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: More Hits, Less Commercials!! The New 103-7!For those of you who know me either personally or through this blog, you know that radio was and is my first love. And I am proud to write about our sister station, 103-7, KVIL-FM.
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: KLUV-FM, The Most Listened To Radio Station In DFWI am so thrilled for our radio partners in Dallas with the success of KLUV-FM (“K-LOVE”) as the #1 most listened to station in the Dallas/Fort Worth area this summer.
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: The Adventures & Success Of Ozzie & HarrietOzzie and Harriet Nelson started their careers going in the 1930’s. Ozzie was a band leader (like Desi Arnaz) while Harriet was an actress and a vocalist with Ozzie’s band.
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 Ten Most Popular Songs Of 1976Today we are counting down the 10 most popular songs from 1976 as determined by Billboard Magazine.
Remembering Super BowI I: The Lost OneOnly one recording of the first Super Bowl exists, made by an unidentified man who lived in Pennsylvania, and it is just a partial recording. Neither CBS nor NBC have a clean copy.
Why AM Radio Is FascinatingI have written about AM radio before on this blog, as I am a child of AM's golden years. Yet, even today in 2015, I am still in awe of its capability and here's one reason why!
A TV Programmer's Life: 37 Years & CountingFrom Greensboro, Tampa, Phoenix and back to Dallas. I have had the honor and privilege to have been the Director of Programming for five TV stations in the DFW area since 1984.
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.

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