"Be memorable." Back in the day, we had a sign on the door of our studio and that was all that it said, but in a radio/television/print/web world cluttered with thousands of sources for content, and with only 24 hours in a day to consume just a fraction of them, those were, to me at least, words to ... More >>
It's been a while since any widespread layoffs at the Houston Chronicle, partly because there aren't enough people left to stock a widespread layoff. The empty desks at 800 Texas just got a little emptier, as two of the paper's mainstays -- business columnist Loren Steffy and investigative reporter ... More >>
KGOW's now former creative team of Frank Bullington (left) and Chance McClain (right)If you have listened at all to KGOW 1560 the Game over the last month or two, you may have noticed some changes taking place that represent a distinct shift in the overall vibe of the station. Gone are the od ... More >>
It's bracket-ology BABY!I made this public service announcement on my radio show this week, but seeing as many of you are scrambling to fill in your brackets at the last minute, I feel compelled to print it here and remind all of you of the following: If Sports talk radio hosts (like myself) ... More >>
Turn that music down!!Moments ago, the University of Houston Board of Regents approved the purchase of Rice University student station KTRU (91.7) FM, reports Rocks Off's Matthew Keever, who is at the board's quarterly meeting at the Hilton University of Houston.The motion carried by a margin of ... More >>
Through no fault of our own, we stumbled once again on the Walton & Johnson radio show on 950 AM this morning. OK, it was our "fault," because we were trying to find something interesting to listen to. We had forgotten just how bad these guys are. We quickly remembered as we listened, struck dumb b ... More >>
This award-winning NPR reporter knows all about the first first ladies
Martin Draughon returns to the clink after becoming a test case for alleged flaws in GPS monitoring devices
TV on the Radio performs Friday, April 6, at the Meridian, 1503 Chartres, 713-225-1717.
A new report cuts through the static on the radio industry
Alvin Community College's little radio station churns out young pros and the best rock in Houston
And you thought those audio files were only used for music
City, county officials silence a proposed radio station inside the Dome
Racket proposes a rock radio revolution. Clear Channel beats him to the punch.
Latinos take on rap music and make it their own
Jerry's World -- and Joe Frank's radio show -- come to life
Joe Frank comes to life in Jerry's World
Meet the new radio, XM. It's big. It's bad. It's nationwide.
The major labels want the Internet to be as arid as the airwaves
KTSU's Kidz Jamm attains voting age along with the hip-hop it nurtures
Radio Disney provides a safe haven for little ears, and guilty pleasures for the rest of us
Clear Channel wants to cut the indies out of the deal
Rockin' On, A Stark Affair, Wrong War?
The new "Houston's Country Alternative" has got 'em waiting, worried at KPFT
The voice of Flanders is the voice of reason, absatively posilutely
Protesters scream about censorship. The board denounces potentially crippling boycotts. Will the two sides in the Pacifica conflict ever learn that, beneath their shrill cries, they're on the same team?
San Antonian Jim Cullum and his band keep the Dixieland torch alive and burnin'
Welcome The Houston Press's new food critic, Robb Walsh
All People Considered
Local Latium Records rides pop Latin wave to success
Local Music News
At Dan Patrick's KPRC talk-radio station, it's politics with a capital G
Dallas ran Howard Stern out of town. Could Houston be any more hospitable?
Two weeks ago the FCC shut down Montrose Radio. Can the pirate station survive the bust? Can the pirate station survive itself?
And tell Emilio the news
The music is called bhangra, and it's the sound of a whole new way of being Indian. Or Pakistani. Or Bangladeshi.
Howard Stern shows off his Private Parts, and they're really quite nice
Record producer Huey Meaux was a legend in the music business. Now he's an accused pedophile on the run.
Talk radio talks to itself for argument's sake