Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Can Wayne Dolcefino really cause sexual dysfunction?, WFAA gets a 4 and more


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WFAA8 readying first-ever 4 p.m. newscast opposite established hours on NBC5 & CBS11
After two years of resistance, WFAA8 is hiring staffers for its first-ever 4 p.m. local newscast.

The Studios of Las Colinas sold to Glenn Beck’s company
Mercury Radio Arts, the parent company of TheBlaze, Glenn Beck’s news, opinion and entertainment network, announced today that it has purchased the The Studios at Las Colinas building.

Former TV news star Wayne Dolcefino lets loose on KTRK, sex lawsuits and psychopaths at his door
Funny Wayne Dolcefino story from this Culturemap article: At a deposition a lawyer asked Dolcefino if he felt bad that his client could no longer have sexual relations as a result of an evidently stress-inducing interview with the investigative reporter. A self-described "smarty pants," Dolcefino said he responded, "It's funny, I was in the same interview, and I have sex just fine."
- Wayne Dolcefino hanging with the fraud guys

Houstonia Magazine's editor-in-chief is gone after just 3 issues: Shakeups continue at new magazine
John Wilburn has joined publisher Lou DeLone in making a quick departure from Houstonia Magazine.

Houston Press Fills Food Critic Position
Kaitlin Steinberg, most recently a food blogger at the Riverfront Times in St. Louis, announced her new food critic role at the Houston Press.

Texas Watchdog says goodbye
Regular readers to Texas Watchdog may have noticed there hasn't been much posted to the site over the past several months.
- Texas Watchdog might shutdown

Catching Up With Brad Davies
Still involved in big time radio, in the big time sports city of Houston, Texas, today Brad Davies has shifted more of his energies into the booming real estate industry.

KENS names woman to news director post
There's a whirl of excitement at KENS-TV as anchors, reporters, managers and others at San Antonio's CBS affiliate await major changes in the coming year.

Austin NBC Station Runs News Promo During Overtime, Misses Winning Goal
It's not exactly Heidi, but a major blunder by Austin, Tex. NBC affiliate KXAN deprived Lone Star State hockey fans the sudden-death goal that clinched Game 4 for the Blackhawks.

KLBJ-AM producer moving on
Thomas McDonald, producer of “The Jeff Ward Show” on 590 KLBJ-AM, has left the station he’s worked at for more than a decade.

MOVING

KHOU 11 producer Lauren Yglecias is leaving the TV world and heading to an engineering company. "And before you ask...No I'm not smart enough to be an engineer! It's a communications job," she said on Facebook.

REMEMBERING

Lone Star EMMY Chapter Executive Director Misti Torres McCarty lost her battle with cancer last week.

Emil Meyer Mesinger, husband of celebrity gossip columnist of the Houston Chronicle Maxine Mesinger, has passed away.

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