They provided insight into healthcare, homelessness and immigration issues, engaged communities in learning about mental health and dug deep into election interference.” In addition to the “Overall Excellence” award won for the second time straight and 12th over 18 years, CBS News Radio was recognized for “Best Audio Newscast” for the sixth time in succession.This year, it was for “World News Roundup” coverage of Hurricane Harvey with Norah O’Donnell reporting from Houston and Steve Kathan anchoring from New York.The best has to be #5 which is "Keep Communicating Until They Get a Restraining Order".
Costello asked Harrison for his perspective on threats by 21 Century Fox show business producers such as Seth Mac Farlane (“Family Guy”) and Steve Levitan (“Modern Family”) as well as director Paul Feig who have publicly expressed “disgust” and “embarrassment” over the way Fox News Channel has been covering the family-separation issue with hosts Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham and others showing support of President Trump’s stringent policy.
[KBME] is truly the best destination for compelling local sports content in Houston.” Salisbury adds, “I have been blessed with a full career. I fully expect this new journey to be filled with ‘wow’ moments that make our listeners feel like they are getting the show they deserve.” Following his ten-year professional football career, Salisbury was an NFL analyst on ESPN, and served as a consultant for the 2005 remake of “.” KBME’s revised lineup as of July 9 will include Josh Innes ( am – am); “In the Trenches with Koch & Kalu” ( am – noon); Matt Thomas ( noon – pm); and Salisbury from pm – pm.
This opportunity to work with i Heart and ‘Sports Talk 790’ was too good to pass up in so many ways. The station will continue its broadcast partnerships with the Houston Astros, Houston Rockets, and the University of Texas football and basketball teams.
Many people are all too happy to have a job even at 5% less than no job at all.
They tell employees either to take an unpaid week off or take a 5% cut to save people from being laid off.