CEO features chief executives from the corporate and not-for-profit sectors. The show explores what it takes to make a company successful in today's global marketplace, asking questions about leadership style and ethics.
KERA Television: First Friday of the month at 7:30pm (beginning September 7), Sunday following TV broadcast at Noon and Monday following TV broadcast at 10:30pm
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Jeff Fegan, DFW Airport February 25, 2011
CEO Jeff Fegan talks with Lee Cullum about new airline services and terminal renovations ready to take off at DFW.
Susan Spradley, Nokia Siemens Networks January 28, 2011
Susan Spradley, Head of North American Region, explains her unique approach to managing one of the largest telecommunications equipment and service companies in the world.
Carol Reed, The Reeds November 26, 2010
Carol Reed tells what it takes to mount a winning campaign for precarious elections like the Trinity River corridor or a costly new arena.
Paul Raines, GameStop October 29, 2010
How the largest video game store in the world plans to battle rivals in the digital world.
T. Boone Pickens, BP Capital September 24, 2010
Legendary oil man Boone Pickens joins host Lee Cullum for a revealing conversation spanning a colorful 60-year career.
Al Carey, Frito-Lay North America August 27, 2010
With its 13-billion dollar annual revenue, Frito-Lay is banking on Latinos, baby boomers and women to keep the chip makers on top.
Bob Best, Atmos Energy July 30, 2010
Best covers topics ranging from the Barnett Shale and mounting public concern over drilling safety to the distribution of natural gas and the growing need for energy in Texas and the nation.
Peter Beck, The Beck Group June 25, 2010
Host Lee Cullum examines the economic fallout on the construction industry with Managing Director and CEO Peter Beck with The Beck Group.
Darren Woods, Fort Worth Opera May 27, 2010
Find out how the Fort Worth Opera has become one of the country’s premier opera festivals even as other opera companies fall on hard times.
Jim Moroney, The Dallas Morning News April 29, 2010
Publisher and CEO Jim Moroney says The Dallas Morning News is waging a battle on two fronts – the loss of revenue combined with growing demands from the digital world.