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- Don Nelson on The Colbert Report
- KENS 5 Official Spurs Coverage
- Don't fall for the "Breaking News" gimmick
- "From News 4 Texas, this is a 'Desert Showdown' update"
Shake up at Houston Public Media: Beloved radio personality given notice after 25 years of service
Employees at Houston Public Media were surprised to learn that a restructuring plan that began more than 18 months ago resulted in the termination of two employees Monday.
Richard Justice Says Chron Getting Rid of Nonessential Blogs
If one of Houston's more notable (former) writers is to be believed, the Houston Chronicle is shuffling back from its unencumbered foray into the digital age.
AT&T official on CSN Houston: ‘We didn’t need to pay’
AT&T’s relative silence about the Comcast SportsNet Houston carriage impasse may have been broken, albeit briefly, on Wednesday in New York by one of the company’s top executives.
- Small towns represent small victories for CSN Houston
Tens of thousands watch firefighter memorial on TV and online
In addition to the 20,000 on hand at Reliant Stadium, many times that number of Houston residents turned to their computers or their televisions Wednesday to watch the memorial service for four Houston firefighters killed battling a motel fire last week.
San Antonio station ‘reassigns’ LeBron James to Spurs
WOAI-TV, the NBC affiliate in San Antonio, inadvertently aired a lower third identifying Miami Heat player LeBron James as a guard for the Spurs.
San Antonio: NBA team spurs spending
The San Antonio Spurs aren’t a national TV draw, but the team’s games are very popular in their home city, which has contributed to a healthy local media market so far in 2013.
Keith Hastings heads to Texas
Cox Media Group classic rock KISS-FM, San Antonio has hired Keith Hastings as its new program director.
KXAN, investigative reporter Chris Willis part ways
Investigative reporter Chris Willis and KXAN have apparently parted ways.
- Investigative Reporter Chris Willis Headed to Oregon
KTBC Promotes Dennis de la Pena, John Hygh
KTBC, the Fox O&O in Austin, has promoted two on its sports team. Dennis de la Pena has been named weekday sports anchor and John Hygh has been named weekend sports anchor.
KVIA's Jorge Torres leaving El Paso with a clean slate
Channel 7-KVIA weekday morning meteorologist Jorge Torres marked his last day at the station with much fanfare and a fond farewell.
Mariscal leaves KINT
After 13 years with KINT Univision 26 El Paso, Karla Mariscal has decided to leave the company.
Miss Florida USA, Veronica Macias leave KFOX
Lissette Garcia, 2011 Miss Florida USA, is no longer working at KFOX where she was the station's morning traffic reporter.
Albert Gutierrez Named VP-GM of KTAB-KRBC
Nexstar Broadcasting has named Albert Gutierrez vice president and general manager of KTAB-KRBC, the CBS and NBC affiliates in Abilene-Sweetwater, Texas.
Texas daily names interim editor
Tom Whitehurst Jr. has been named interim editor of the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, where he also serves as the editorial page editor.
Goodson McKee November 26, 1927 - May 29, 2013
Waco radio lifer Goodson McKee passes.
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- KPRC 2 issues apology to KTRK 13 over tweeted photo
- Bob Morford upped to news director at Fox 26 KRIV
- Deals host Katishia 'Kat' Cosley gives birth