Welcome to the 90.1@Night blog. This is a great place to comment politely on the show, and leave your non-self promotional messages. But best of all, this is where you can give me suggestions for music, genres, artists, specific recordings that you would like me to check out and possibly share on a future show. [...]
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There are very few journalists, let alone arts journalists, in town whose work appears every week across multiple media platforms: radio, television and the Web. Jerome Weeks is one of them. And this week, in his Intellectual Affairs column for Inside Higher Ed, noted book critic Scott McLemee considers Jerome’s transition from newspaper critic to [...]
Jerome is sitting in for Krys Boyd today at noon on Think. And his guest will be David Rabe. Theater fans will remember the excellent production of The Black Monk from Undermain Theater last season. If you missed it, you’ll get another chance -the Undermain is bringing it back starting Sept. 9. But the Tony [...]
Welcome ! This is where you can post your tasteful comments and suggestions about tonights show. I got introduced to some interesting new things this week, most notably The Greyboy Allstars and Florence and the Machine. I also was reintroduced and reminded that Scott Walker is an interesting artist to explore. Hope you like the [...]
North Texas’ newest public radio station will broadcast a music format known as Adult Album Alternative, or Triple A. What will it sound like?
Good question. Dave Chaney is the editor of triplearadio.com, a resource website. Chaney has followed this format for years, yet he struggles for a definition.
After 13 years away, KERA is returning to the music business. Click the audio player to listen to the KERA radio story: The North Texas NPR affiliate has bought the station, 91.7 FM, KVTT (“The Truth”) from Covenant Educational Media, Inc. for $18 million. KERA will maintain its popular news-and-public affairs programming, while the new [...]
KERA radio story: Expanded online story: After 13 years away, KERA is returning to the music business. The North Texas NPR affiliate has bought the station, 91.7 FM, KVTT (“The Truth”) from Covenant Educational Media, Inc. for $18 million. KERA will maintain its popular news-and-public affairs programming, while the new station will broadcast full-time music [...]
Art&Seek is just about a year old, and we’re celebrating with a couple announcements. The first is really big news: starting Friday, Jerome Weeks will host the new Art&Seek segment of the weekly Think television show. Each week, Jerome presents a fresh take on arts and culture in North Texas. Usually, he’ll interview a newsmaker, [...]
This week, Paul talks with Denton band Matthew and the Arrogant Sea about their new album, Family Family Family Meets the Magic Christian.
At Art&Seek, we get in the holiday spirit as much as anyone. And to prove it, we’ve got a stellar lineup of holiday programming planned for the radio station (KERA 90.1 FM) beginning Dec. 23. Among the highlights is our very own Gini Mascorro’s Christmas Anthem — a genre-busting collection of artists performing holiday songs [...]