Ed Sullivan was a talent scout and newspaper columnist before he caught the attention of CBS executives, who were just beginning to launch the CBS Television Network.
Today the Fan announces its new afternoon drive team of locals Ben Rogers and Jeff “Skin” Wade.
If you are a regular viewer of CBS daytime drama, you knew Jeanne Cooper and the role she played on “The Young and the Restless,” the top daytime drama in America today.
If you were a child of the 1950s and 1960s, you more than likely watched “Leave It to Beaver.” Frank Bank, who played Lumpy, passed away on April 13 at age 71.
The GBag Nation had possible Cowboys draft pick Chance Warmack from Alabama on, they asked him how he stacks up against other guards, what he thought of Dallas and also asked about his teammate Center Barrett Jones.
When television began to grow rapidly in the 1950s, the original radio network model began to erode. As a result, network radio shows were being cancelled by the dozens.
The Grammy Awards are on Sunday night, and Tony Zazza from 103.7 Lite FM spoke with CBS 11 News about the nominees.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is heading to California to meet with business owners and promote Texas’ favorable job creation climate.
Many actors got their start on stage or in vaudeville, then moved to films, radio, and then TV. The Three Stooges are a great example of how a career was reinvigorated by TV.
Can you believe that it has been nearly 43 years since President Nixon signed a bill into law that banned cigarette advertising on radio and television? We were in the Vietnam War.
My aunt’s recent passing made me, once again, pause and reflect on life. In the DFW radio and television industry, we lost a few memorable folks this year.
Recent history shows the playoff bye isn’t such a big deal anymore. In six of the last seven years, one of the Super Bowl participants didn’t get a bye to begin the postseason. And five of those teams wound up winning the NFL title.