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Houston now has the largest community of Vietnamese in the United States outside the state of California, and the Vietnamese population in other Texas cities is also growing. One key to keeping the people in these communities informed and in touch with the community at large is the radio station called Radio Saigon-Houston. As VOA’s Greg Flakus reports from Houston, the broadcasts provide a link to Vietnam as well. Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/a/3543748.html
http://grnonline.com/item/1430-am-kshj-houston.html Great news for Houston Texas Catholic radio, KSHJ 1430 AM - an affiliate of Eternal World Television Network (EWTN)! Mobile broadcasting for Catholic Radio in Houston! Now, we are able to reach even more people for the Glory of God and the building up of His Church. No, we are not playing the best music of 2014, rather we are sharing the "Good News" with the nations 4th largest city... what an incredible opportunity! Can you help us share this video on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Pinterest, LinkedIn and everywhere else? Links: http://grnonline.com/ http://www.stroselima.org/drupal/par-event http://burgershacktexas.com/ http://www.katyprinters.com/ Station Contact Info: 832-786-4500 x 2 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Clips from a July 9, 1966 radio broadcast
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The first clip is of a proclamation presented to Anita Martini in her Atascocita home by city councilman Jim Greenwood, after she had undergone surgery for a brain tumor. The second is the bulk of a piece by reporter Chris Kelley contrasting styles of the morning teams of KLOL's legendary Stevens & Pruett and KFMK's long-running Chuck Shramek & Lee Jolly.
A collection of recordings / airchecks, jingles, sweepers, top of hour ID beds and more from various Houston radio stations. From the years 1960's -1990's and current. KFMK-FM, KILT-AM, KODA-FM, KULF-AM, KILT-FM, KNUZ-AM, KRBE-FM, KLDE-FM, KENR-AM, KLOL-FM, KHMX-FM, KLTR-FM, KKBQ-FM, KTBZ-FM, KAUM-FM, KZFX-FM, KQUE-FM, KTUN-AM, KXYZ-AM, KRLY-FM
One of the most distinguishing factors about the Houston-Galveston radio market has been the number of high-powered FMs. Most of the FM signals operate above 90,000 watts. These stations were exempt from the early sixties FCC power restrictions on FM since the stations were in place broadcasting above 50kw prior to the ruling. The earliest AM radio licensees in Houston in the early twenties included The Houston Chronicle's WFAL, Alfred Daniel's WCAK, Will Horwitz Jr.'s WEAY, Hurlburt Still Electrical Company's WEV and QRV Radio's WGAB. The dial had completely changed by the early forties in which some of the key stations were KTRH (740), KPRC (950) and KXYZ (1470). One of the most legendary stations in Houston radio history has been KPFT, a public station of the Pacifica Radio Network....
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Here is an "11 Up Close" feature on the changing state of local radio during that period with consolidation and it's impacts demonstrated on the both the music & talk formats. Includes appearances by Donna McKenzie from KKRW & Paul Christy from KHMX and Jon Matthews & Dan Patrick from KSEV
This Old Jingles of 103.7 Kvil the 90s
In this video, we take you on a tour of the Houston RV Show, held each February in Houston, Texas. We'll introduce you to some of the accessory vendors who participated in the show and give you a quick overview of some of the RVs on display. This is a big show and it is impossible to show you all of it in under 20 minutes, but we hope that it gives you an idea of what to expect so you can plan your next visit! Oh... and watch for our big announcement of some fun we have coming up! Our List of RV Shows in Texas: https://rvtexasyall.com/texas-rv-shows Our List of RV Shows Across the USA: https://rvtexasyall.com/rv-america/rv-shows-across-america Some of the folks in this video: (these are not paid endorsements, we just like these folks!) The RV Show USA Radio Show (Watch the Weekly Record...
Kingwood is an area North of Houston proper about 30 minutes-it was annexed some years ago-not by their choice-to tap into the big tax base there. Houston PD maintains a station there and this video documents my visit at that station. Donate to the cause and help keep me on the road-just follow one of these links (THANKS !!)= https://www.gofundme.com/hh9ky6cs or if you prefer PayPal just use newsnowhouston@gmail.