The Foote Files: Weekly One Hit Wonder From ChumbawambaThis week’s one hit wonder (defined as having only one hit on the American Billboard Top 40) comes from a group formed in 1984 in Leeds, England.
The Foote Files: Happy Birthday ABC!We are pleased to say “Happy Birthday” to the ABC Television Network, launched on this date in 1948.
Lost Hits Of The '70s: The Wreck Of The Edmund FitzgeraldThe song is based on a true event that occurred on November 10, 1975 when this American Great Lakes freighter sank in Lake Superior after being caught in a strong storm.
3 Down, 7 To Go! "What's My Line?" On CBSI recently responded to someone with "one down, two to go." Well, my mind took me back immediately to the long-running game show "What’s My Line?" on CBS.
3-Letter Calls For RadioCall letters for radio go back to the days of telegraphy, when operators would identify each other with just a few characters.
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.
KLUV, The Most Listened To Radio Station In DFWI am so thrilled for our radio partners in Dallas with the success of KLUV as the most listened to station in the DFW area this summer.
The Adventures & Success Of Ozzie & HarrietOzzie and Harriet Nelson started their careers in the 1930s. 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.
Radio: The Theatre Of The MindYou may have seen old black and white photographs of people gathered around a radio after dinner to listen to their favorite show, whether it was a comedy, mystery, drama or even a western.
The 10 Most Popular Songs Of 1976We 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.