Thursday, September 09, 2010

TV reporter sexpert in DFW, Tonia Bendickson leaves, TX radio and more

CW33 "sexpert" Shana Franklin caught in love nest
Veteran CW33 reporter Shana Franklin, who self-describes herself as the station's "sexpert," has a new video bio on the Dallas-based station's website.

Former KHOU 11 morning anchor leaves WBTV 3
Tonia Bendickson, one of the foremost personalities at WBTV Charlotte, NC for a decade, has parted ways with the station.
- http://toniabendickson.wordpress.com/

Some Newspapers, Tracking Readers Online, Shift Coverage
Now, because of technology that can pinpoint what people online are viewing and commenting on, how much time they spend with an article and even how much money an article makes in advertising revenue, newspapers can make more scientific decisions about allocating their ever scarcer resources.

Trae Tha Truth On Being Banned From Radio One & His Friendship With Lupe Fiasco
Interview with Trae Tha Truth reveals his feelings about feud with 97.9 The Box KBXX.

Gawker Media Now Bigger Than All Newspapers Online — Except One
The latest traffic memo arrives from Gawker Media honcho Nick Denton: in it, Comscore shows that his network of sites is bigger than any newspaper online but one.

TV photog describes what a news gang-bang is
Don't worry, it is safe for work and is a term widely used in the television industry.

Weekly football lineups on Houston radio stations
Weekly scheduled football hits on KILT (610 AM). KBME (790 AM), KGOW (1560 AM) and KFNC (97.5 FM).

In Corpus Christi, Texas, the Beatles meet "Jake"
Five days of all-Beatles stunting at the former AC “Star 107.3” KRSR leads to a new variety hits station named “Jake.”

Business booming, local shows launching in San Antonio
With summer coming to a close and the temperature slipping back to the double digits, San Antonio stations are poised to launch new programs.

Television Company Belo Corp. (BLC) Names Angela Betasso Vice President/Sales
Belo announced that Angela Betasso has been named the Company's vice president/Sales.

What are the top ads in DFW?
According to Media Monitors, the #1 advertiser in Dallas last week on the radio was...

Tim McCoy new GM of KFMK-FM in Austin, Texas
Contemporary Christian KFMK-FM (105.9) “The River” is in the process of changing hands from Clear Channel’s Aloha Station Trust to Seattle-based Crista Ministries.

MandM grabs a handful of Texas radio stations
Munbilla Broadcasting Properties is the seller, and MandM Broadcaster Ltd. the buyer of a package of radio stations that lie to the west of three different Texas Arbitron markets.

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