Who owns the ticket radio station?

Who owns the ticket radio station? 

Cumulus Media
KTCK / Owner

Cumulus Media, Inc. is an American broadcasting company and is the third largest owner and operator of AM and FM radio stations in the United States behind Audacy and iHeartMedia. As of June 2019, Cumulus lists ownership of 428 stations in 87 media markets. It also owns and operates Westwood One.


Who is Gordo on the ticket? Gordon Keith is an American radio host on KTCK SportsRadio 1310 AM “The Ticket” in Dallas, Texas. He has shared hosting duties with George Dunham and Craig “Junior” Miller since 1994. In July 2017, Gordon Keith won the “DFW’s Favorite Broadcaster” tournament hosted by The Dallas Morning News.

When did Tickets start? 

KTCK (1310 AM; “SportsRadio 1310 The Ticket”) is a commercial sports radio station licensed to Dallas, Texas, which serves the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex (DFW).


Dallas, Texas
First air date March 13, 1922 (as WRR, first broadcasting license granted)
Former call signs WRR (1921-1978) KAAM (1978-1994)

How old is Norm Hitzges? 

78 years (July 5, 1944)
Norm Hitzges / Age

What happened to Norm Hitzges?

Longtime sports radio talk show host Norm Hitzges announced Thursday that he’s being treated for bladder cancer. Hitzges, 76, made the announcement on his show Norm and D Invasion, which he co-hosts with Donovan Lewis on 96.7 FM/1310 AM The Ticket.

What happened to Danny on The Ticket 1310?

A longtime member of 96.7 The Ticket in Dallas, Sirois announced he was leaving the station for an opportunity to help his brother in business.

Where did Bob Sturm go to college?

Originally from Wisconsin, Bob Sturm graduated from Liberty University and started his broadcasting career in Lynchburg, Virginia.

Where is Corby Davidson?

The Hardline radio show has won several Dallas Observer Awards for Best Sports Talk Show. Davidson was born in Arlington, Texas, graduated from Lamar High School in Arlington, went to TCU but didn’t graduate.

Corby Davidson
Station(s) KTCK 1310 AM
Time slot 3:00-7:00 PM
Style Sports Talk, Humor
Country United States

How old is Corby Davidson?

52 years (September 15, 1969)
Corby Davidson / Age

What does Craig Miller make?

Miller has been active in large-market radio since 1994. He has been nominated for the prestigious Marconi Award on three separate occasions and his show received the Dallas Observer’s Best Local Sports Radio Show award for 2011.

Craig “Junior” Miller Net Worth.

Net Worth: $3.5 Million
Salary: $480 Thousand

Did Craig Miller have a baby?

We welcomed Sabrina Marie to our family last night! Mother and baby both doing great! Thank you all for the wonderful messages today. Lots of love vibes right now in our world.

How old is Craig Miller?

56 years (December 20, 1965)
Craig Miller / Age

How old are the Musers?

ly’s young fans are known as “musers”. If people like a muser’s performance they can pay them virtual tips with real money. 75% of the musers are female; 54% are aged between 13 and 24. Musical.ly provides live-streaming capability in the form of Live.ly.

Who are the Musers on the ticket?

  • The Musers. Norm Hitzges & Donovan Lewis.
  • Jub Jam XI. Girls Night Out. Summer Bash. The Ticket Campound. Ticketstock.
  • On-Air Talent.

Who is Craig Miller married to?

Natalie Solis

Who is Natalie Solis?

The Brown University grad entered broadcasting through the NBC News Associates Program where she field produced stories for MSNBC, NBC Nightly News and the TODAY show. Solis also wrote for Latina Magazine.

Where did Craig Miller go to high school?

Miller attended Manheim Township High School and was undefeated in the Lancaster Lebanon League Cross Country Meets, totaling 84 regular season meets and 4 league championships.

Did Natalie Solis have her baby?

KDFW weekend anchor and reporter Natalie Solis has left the station to focus on her family. Solis, who announced the news on social media, said that Friday was her last day at the Dallas Fox-owned station. “As many of you know, I had a baby in August and she is truly the answer to so many prayers,” wrote Solis.