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    A Legendary Journalist Looks Back

    North Texas news junkies know Bob Ray Sanders as a popular columnist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. And viewers of a certain age may also remember his work as a television reporter for KERA’s Newsroom. Sanders has decided to retire, and this hour, we’ll look back with him at his life and work. http://www.kera.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/KERA_Think_06-10-15-HR-2.mp3[Download MP3]

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    Welcome to the KERA TV blog!

    The all-new kera.org features tons of new bells and whistles, including fully-responsive design (meaning that it resizes elegantly to laptop screens, tablets or smartphones), improved site navigation, better TV and radio schedules and much more. We hope you like it. And, a new site also means a new blog!

  • Bruce Sammis, CEO of Lockton Dunning Benefits,

    Bruce Sammis, Lockton Dunning Benefits

    Bruce Sammis, CEO of Lockton Dunning Benefits, talks about sweeping changes facing employers brought on by health care reform. Sammis details factors he sees as key to containing soaring medical costs. Learn how a trend toward paying providers for healthy patient outcomes may revolutionize the industry.

  • Steve Ivy

    Steve Ivy, Heritage Auctions

    Heritage Auctions CEO Steve Ivy talks with host Lee Cullum about the business of buying and selling collectibles. Ivy shares how his passion for collecting coins as a boy led to heading the third-largest auction house in the world.


    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 28, 2012 DALLAS/FORT WORTH – On the January episode of CEO, Maxwell L. Anderson recaps his first year as The Eugene McDermott Director of the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) and looks ahead to the DMA’s return to free general admission and the launch of its free museum membership program on […]

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