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    KERA Names Nico Leone New President and CEO

    KERA’s Board of Directors announced today that Nico Leone will serve as the organization’s next President and CEO. As KERA’s top executive, Leone will oversee KERA TV, KERA FM, KXT 91.7 and Art&Seek.

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    Think Expands Across Texas

    This January, KERA’s award-winning radio program Think will more than double its broadcast reach by expanding to Texas’ largest metropolitan areas, including Houston, Austin and San Antonio. Hosted by acclaimed journalist Krys Boyd, Think sparks the most interesting conversations in Texas through intimate, thought-provoking interviews with leaders from an array of subjects. The program has […]

  • CPB Awards Grant for Creation of Texas Station Collaborative

    Four local public media stations will partner to enhance statewide news coverage Washington, DC (August 6, 2015) — The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) today announced it has awarded the Texas Station Collaborative (TSC) a two-year grant totaling $750,000. Led by KERA (Dallas-Fort Worth), the statewide collaboration includes KUT (Austin), Texas Public Radio (San Antonio) […]

  • KERA’S “CEO” FEATURES LELA ROSE

    This March on KERA’s CEO with Lee Cullum DALLAS/FORT WORTH – On the March episode of CEO, fashion designer Lela Rose tells host Lee Cullum why she is committed to manufacturing her clothing line in the United States. “We’ve got someone in the factories day in, day out, checking on things and seeing how they’re […]

  • KERA’S “CEO” FEATURES MARI WOODLIEF OF ALLYN MEDIA

    This February on KERA’s CEO with Lee Cullum DALLAS/FORT WORTH – On the February episode of CEO, host Lee Cullum talks with Mari Woodlief, president and CEO of Allyn Media, about how the public relations and political media firm helps clients deliver their message. “In a business where advertising and reaching people is important, we have to look […]