The Foote Files
Two big subject areas concerned viewers this week. Some people could not see the graphics on the Rangers broadcasts, and many emails asked about the CBS 11 News talent.
This month’s character is Neil Hamilton, a handsome actor with a distinctive voice you may remember best as Commissioner Gordon of the Gotham City Police Department.
Beautiful music stations were a staple of radio programming for many years until other formats took hold such as Top 40 and all-news. Artists included Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Rosemary Clooney, Johnny Mathis and more.
There are some updates about the newly launched MeTV. Three programs that were being covered up, including “Perry Mason,” are now available and being shown!
I am just overwhelmed with the warm reception you have given MeTV on KTXA 21.2. Here are a few things that we need to communicate to you about having the best experience.
Without advertising, viewers would not be able to see such outstanding programming such as “NCIS,” “Wheel of Fortune” and NFL football, just to name a few.
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.
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.”
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.
When you are a really big star bringing in lots of money, you have a really good chance of meeting the top business executives of a large media company like CBS.
This is the 237th anniversary of the Declaration Of Independence from British rule. And as we celebrate July 4th, I am reminded of what that document means to me.
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.