Friday, September 09, 2016

Mike McGuff profiled in Health Fitness Revolution

"The joke among TV employees and some viewers is that all the stations are number one in the ratings now"

I know, I know, you don't care what I think. You just come here to read about Houston media news - usually before it is posted anywhere else. I know my strengths.

However, I wanted to thank Health Fitness Revolution's Samir Becic for a nice profile on your humble blogger.

Read my thoughts on Houston media, the new KPRC 2 Houston Life show, all the way to best places to take kids in Houston. The only addition I have to make to this article is that when I was interviewed, Houston was market 10. Days after it was published, Houston moved up to the 8th Nielsen Designated Market Area (DMA).

And based on the title of Becic's site, naturally the state of Houston's fitness comes up.


Notice I am still flying the 101 KLOL flag in the photo! Hail to the Runaway Radio. This is actually the photo my 7 year old son took of me! This article was published prior to the death of Jim Pruett.


  1. Great responses. Proud of you and Houston.

  2. Of course, what do you expect from an educational system that gives every student trophies and ribbons telling them they are Number One regardless of their level of skill, regardless of the efforts put forth and regardless of the end results.

  3. Very impressive and informative! Congrats on this honor.

  4. Thanks for all of your good work, keep it up!

  5. Sachse is not influential, and the only thing growing about her YouTube channel is her own ego that gets a joy out of acting like she has one iota of advice worth sharing.

    1. Why you baggin' on Sachse? She has one of the best botox'd faces in any Texas media market!

    2. Only baggin' needed is of her. Checkout the 'Alicia Keys / local newsreaders go without makeup' article in the Houston Comical online. She looked like a catcher's mitt with a rubber band for lips that was left outside in the elements for a year. Maybe two years. And then used as a rodeo mat in the livestock barn the following March at the HLS&R.


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