Spent 18 years at KEZK, worked on Channel 9 fund drives
"Night at the Symphony" begins Jan. 5
Mathews-Dickey founder, haunted houses highlight 'Living St. Louis'
P-D Weatherbird perches on 'Arts America' this weekend
Missouri, Illinois officials urge drivers to keep informed.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporters participated in live health care discussions Thursday on television and in a webcast.
KMOX radio vet came here from Boston station in 1988
Announcement could come as early as June
The day after Classic 99 ceased broadcasting, nearly everyone I encountered mentioned the loss. Commiseration continued for several weeks. The music and news about the arts which we had enjoyed so much — and had taken for granted — was no more.
KETC will begin airing the program on May 12
He'll report on the work of St. Louis Circuit Court Judge Jimmie Edwards.
St. Louis television station KTVI (Channel 2) and its employees won four Mid-America Emmy Awards outright on Saturday night and five more in partnership with its sister station, KPLR (Channel 11).
'Homeland' premieres Wednesday in St. Louis, later on PBS.
Teachers at televised town hall meeting say community support needed
Americans love great stories told well, but the idea of learning from history tends to get little more than lip service. Just ask Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
Last week someone I know, a publisher of a paper, not the Journal, heard from an irate reader.
Sneak peek of the new documentary series also offers a sneak peek of the new Peabody Opera House.
At 7 p.m. on Monday, June 21, Ruth Ezell of KETC’s Living St. Louis covers the Kirkwood High School Symphonic Orchestra's April trip to Carnegie Hall. Along with their instruments, the young musicians brought Flip camcorders from Channel 9 to document their journey.
UPDATE: "Gearing Up" will air on KETC/Channel 9 at 7 p.m. on Nov. 16 (the original post had the incorrect time).