Duane Doherty

  • Blogs

    April 16, 2008

    A Year After Its Splashy Debut, More Changes at Troubled Lone Star Radio

    J.D. Freeman, the ever-vigilant and always informative Dallas-Fort Worth market manager for Clear Channel Radio, delivers some breaking news -- well, broken news, if you want to get technical about it. Because almost one year to the day since Clear Channel announced that KZPS-FM (92.5) was going com ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 3, 2008

    What's Left of the Dial

    Our old pal J.D. Freeman, Dallas-Fort Worth's market manager for Clear Channel Radio, fills us in today concerning some changes around the DFW dial. As in: KDGE-FM (102.1) needs a new morning show, as Lex & Terry are moving over to the recently resuscitated KEGL-FM (97.1) come January 9. (The Eagle ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 2, 2007

    Losing Its Edge: Josh Venable Needs a New On-Air Job, Like, Immediately

    Josh Venable, pictured doing the job he doesn't have as of today, damn it. There will be no Adventure Club on Sunday -- this Sunday or any other in the near future, at least not on KDGE-FM (102.1). Minutes after his pal Zac Crain posted the news on FrontBurner, Josh Venable called Unfair Park with t ... More >>

  • News

    April 26, 2007
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    April 24, 2007

    The Beard is Back!

    Local radio just got a little bit better with the return of Redbeard. When Chancellor Media Corporation abruptly and without warning yanked Q102 off the air in the late summer of 1998, there was a rumor floating about that Redbeard -- the longtime voice and, well, beard of Texas' Best Rock -- would ... More >>

  • News

    July 7, 2005
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    June 30, 2005
  • Music

    June 23, 2005

    Dull Edge

    102.1 FM is killing rock music one mid-'90s hit at a time

  • News

    August 8, 2002

    I Wanna Rock!

    How did The Bone shock the Dallas radio world? With market research, double entendres and hair bands.

  • Music

    November 4, 1999

    "...and that was Wes"

    Friends and family say farewell to Tripping Daisy guitarist Wes Berggren