Recently in Tulsa::Media Category
Tulsa weatherman Lee Woodward grew up in Arlington, Texas, in one of the city's most historic homes. The house has been restored, and Lee and his brothers recently returned to reminisce about their childhood in a home that also served as the office and surgery of their father, eye, ear, nose, and throat specialist Dr. Valin Woodward. The McKinley-Woodward home was built by their grandfather in 1893. (Via Tulsa TV Memories.)
Lynne Cooper Harvey, known to Paul Harvey's listeners as "Angel," died Saturday of leukemia at 92. Angel was a broadcaster in her own right: "Working at a CBS affiliate [in Tulsa during World War II], she became one of the nation's first women to run an entire broadcast, from 4 p.m. to midnight, five days a week, doing everything from announcing state and local news to playing records." (Via Joe Kelley.)
A new format at 1340 prompts some reminiscences about AM 1300 when it was a news/talk station called KXXO back in the late '70s and early '80s, home to Hal O'Halloran and Glenda Silvey.