This is the ultimate list of all projects Howard has announced he was working on during his radio show including movies, albums, books, television shows both broadcast and direct to video, and a historic run for...
Dallas / Fort Worth has dozens of radio stations, and some of the best are non-commercial or community stations. Here is a look at some of the more prominent ones...
Wolfman Jack was a legendary AM radio disc jockey in the 1960's and 1970's who became a cultural icon with his raspy voice and trademark wolf howl. Take a trip down memory lane with the Wolfman.
In the early years of radio in rural America, Radio Homemakers shared recipes, gardening tips and child rearing advice aimed at rural homemakers.
Collecting old radio shows is more fun if you can research broadcast and series info. Stories about the series and the stars add to the pleasure. A good reference library is important.
Vin Scully is why I love baseball. Here's my homage to this hall of fame broadcaster who's been telling generations of fans the stories of the Boys of Summer for 65 years.
Who had over 7 million radio listeners back in the 1920's and 1930's? It seems that everyone back then knew "The Voice of Experience". His radio program aired nationwide, and riveted his audiences.
A hub that details, how to become a voice actor or about becoming a voice actor. This serves as a starter guide to becoming a voice actor for animation for audiobooks, etc. Become a voice actor now.
Learn from my experiences with college radio and studying grant writing in grad school to increase your chances of becoming a successful grant writer who secures money for your college radio station.
Brief history and transition from analogue to digital radio, how it differs between HD, Satellite and Internet Radios in America and DAB in Europe; showcase of my DABs, and some recommended radios.