Russ Martin, Longtime North Texas Radio Personality, Found Dead At Frisco HomeRuss Martin, a well-known radio personality in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, was found dead inside his Frisco home early Saturday morning, police said.
Texas Radio Legend Bill Mack Dies At 88 From COVID-19, Son SaysTexas radio legend and award-winning country songwriter Bill Mack has died at the age of 88 from COVID-19, his son announced Friday.
The Foote Files: President Woodrow Wilson On The RadioPresident Wilson served during World War I which resulted in an armistice with Germany in November 1918, in addition to the Paris Peace Conference.
The Foote Files: How Radio & Telegraph Came To The RescueSome 108 years ago, a major event (and one that was tragic) took place that cost the lives of more than 1,500 people. And radio and telegraph played a significant role during this time.
Don Imus, Longtime Controversial Radio Personality, Dies At 79 In TexasControversial radio personality Don Imus has died, his representative confirmed to CBS News. He was 79.
Cowboys' Jerry Jones Gets Cut Off For Repeatedly Cursing During Radio InterviewDallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones didn't mince words during a radio interview on Friday about the team's poor performance against the Chicago Bears and it led to an interruption due to repeatedly cursing in one of his answers.
Academy Award Winner Matthew McConaughey Joins University Of Texas FacultyAcademy Award winning actor Matthew McConaughey can add "professor of practice" to his list of accolades.
The Foote Files: Radio Classic Hit Station On The MoveThe trade publication Inside Radio published an article this week noting the rapid increase in the number of classic hits stations.
Roger Emrich, DFW Radio Veteran & Voice Of Cowboys At AT&T Stadium, Dies At 62Roger Emrich, longtime radio broadcaster for 1080 KRLD and 105.3 The Fan and the voice of the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium, has died at the age of 62, his son confirmed.
'Voice Of Dallas Cowboys' Brad Sham Wrapping Up 40th Season: 'I Have Just Been So Blessed'Through the ups and downs over the years - Super Bowl victories and stunning defeats – one of the most consistent components of the Dallas Cowboys has been Brad Sham's voice on the radio.
Ken Foote's Holiday Songs: Gene Autry & RudolphGene Autry made the song “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” famous during the week of Christmas 1949.