Ken Foote’s Radio/TV Files
In our last blog we gave you a little history about KTVT, now it’s time to talk about our other TV station, KTXA.
KTVT has a very long and distinguished history in the DFW area.
When I was attending St. Mark’s School of Texas, they had built a closed circuit TV facility that was located in the old Science Lecture Hall in the Science/Mathematics Quadrangle.
On our last blog, I talked a little about AM Radio and how it works. But I would like to share my personal experience with it!
Have you ever stopped to think about AM Radio and why some stations can be picked up a long way from their home base and others cannot? AM radio stands for amplitude modulation. Radio waves […]
The 1990′s was a decade of changes in the television industry, one in particular that affected DFW television watchers. But the event that triggered it was somewhat unusual for its day. In the fall of […]
Broadcasting has a rich history in the United States, going back to the 1920’s. Back then, the Congress Cigar Company of Philadelphia made a cigar called the “La Palina”, and their young advertising director was […]
My name is Ken Foote, and I am the Director Of Programming for KTVT CBS11 and TXA21. The good folks at CBSDFW.com have asked me to write a regular blog about the history of radio […]