Dallas Classics Show Vintage Scenes of Our City

“This is Dallas, a towering tribute to man’s ability to raise beam on beam and stone on stone,” the narrator says at the beginning of the 1955 short Report to Dallas, which you can see embedded above from the city’s Vimeo channel. It was produced by the Dallas Citizens Traffic Commission to “highlight the importance of engineering and […]

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Kay Bailey Hutchison on The Daily Show: ‘The American People Are For Background Checks’

The former senator was on with Jon Stewart last night. When asked about her replacement — U.S. Senator Ted Cruz — she said he is a bright man who’s committed to fighting for his cause. “The same thing could have been said about Lex Luthor,” Stewart replied. They also discussed the Senate’s recent failure to […]

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Why Didn’t WFAA-TV (Channel 8) Broadcast the Memorial Service For the West, Texas, Firefighters?

Uncle Barky was asking that question last Thursday afternoon on Twitter, when all our other Dallas-Fort Worth network stations were carrying the entire event live. WFAA was instead airing its regular programming, three syndicated programs: Anderson Live, Dr. Oz, and Katie. He hasn’t gotten a response out of WFAA management, but today on his blog […]

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On Tonight’s Dallas, Jerry Jones, Mark Cuban, and Mayor Mike Rawlings Say Goodbye to J.R. Ewing

We mentioned earlier that tonight’s star-studded episode of Dallas on TNT is a farewell to Larry Hagman and his iconic character of J.R. Ewing. Cast member Linda Gray was on D: The Broadcast this morning to talk about the episode, and during the interview they played a sneak peek featuring Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, […]

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D TV Strikes Ratings Gold After Only Eight Days

It’s only one day, but to quote our partner, London Broadcasting’s Phil Hurley, “This just doesn’t happen in this business.” D Living, hosted by Kimberly Whitman and Hilary Kennedy, was #1 in its 10 a.m. time slot yesterday among adults 18-49, beating out The View at #2. D: The Broadcast with Lisa Pineiro, Suzie Humphreys, Pat […]

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Today on D Television (2/20/13)

D: The Broadcast,  9 a.m. Hosted by Lisa Pineiro, Pat Smith, Suzie Humphreys and Courtney Kerr • Social Media 101: Online essentials for getting your business ahead • The stars of Discovery Channel’s Fast ‘N Loud on restoring classic cars • D Moms’ Project Parent: Editor Joslyn Taylor talks about helicopter parenting • Chef Connie Mullins saves the […]

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Scott Michael Foster Talks Zero Hour and Valentine’s Day Plans

If you ever had a guilty pleasure for the teen dramas of ABC Family, then Scott Michael Foster, of the network’s former hit show Greek, is no stranger to your television. The 27-year-old Dallas native was a fan favorite of the college fraternity/sorority based drama until its end in 2011. For those who missed him, […]

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Leading Off (2/11/13)

Perry Goes to California to Poach Businesses: Rick Perry is on tour of California, where he hopes to swoop-in and woo businesses to Texas. It’s a trip that puts the epic state showdown in context: In that corner, Athens. In this one, Sparta. Each serves as the other’s foil, the Ali to its Frazier, the […]

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