Ken Foote is the Director of Programming for CBS 11 and TXA 21.
He got his start in radio in 1968 as a “guest DJ” on 103.7 KVIL-FM in Dallas. In 1972, he did the evening shift at KWBU-FM in Waco. Later, he was on KIXL-AM and KOAX-FM in Dallas for a short time while in college. In 1978, he started his TV career at WGHP-TV in Greensboro, N.C. He was transferred to Tampa in 1981 to the corporate office of its owner, Gulf Broadcast Group, where he was a financial analyst. He served as Assistant Program Director at KOOL-TV in Phoenix in 1983.
By 1984, Ken started his longtime career in Dallas/Fort Worth, where he has since been the Director of Programming for five stations in the area: KXTX, KTVT, KDFW, KDFI and KTXA. He was originally with KTVT during its independent days from 1987-1993, and then rejoined in 2004 after KTVT became a CBS Owned & Operated station. From 2008-2010, he did the Saturday evening shift on Fort Worth’s KTFW-FM, 92.1, a classic country music station.
Ken holds a bachelor’s degree from SMU and an MBA degree from the University of Texas at Austin. He is a member of the Country Music Association.
(CBS11) – This week’s song was the most popular one of the summer of 1998. Brandy Norwood (born February 11, 1979 in McComb, Mississippi) is a singer, songwriter, actress, model and record producer. Raised in Carson, California, she signed a record deal with Atlantic Records in 1993. The next year she released her self-titled debut […]
This week’s summer song inspired me for one and only one reason: it’s HOT in the DFW area this week!
For half a century, he graced the airwaves with his smooth sounding voice and a personality second to none.
Richard Marx (born September 16, 1963 in Chicago) was a pop singer/composer in the 80’s and 90’s.
“Roll With it” was released during the summer of 1988 and was nominated for two Grammy Awards in 1989
This has got to be one of the most popular punk/reggae pop bands ever, with more emphasis on reggae than punk.
Andy Gibb had one of the hottest summer songs of 1978!
This week’s Summer Song comes from 1973 by an artist from South Philadelphia.
Well, summer 2018’s official date is a few weeks away but for The Foote Files, it starts the week prior to the long weekend ahead.
This week’s blog is not about the upcoming TV season, but about what the schedule was in 1951, which put CBS on the map and led the way to it being America’s Most Watched Network.
The title of this week’s blog might think that I am personal friends with these two musical artists, which of course is not true. But what is true is that they have a hit on the Billboard Hot 100 and worldwide right now.
The Cuckoos are an Austin, Texas-based rock band who are beginning to make a name for themselves in the garage/psych rock genre of music.