|in the media:
10/19/2013: RSUTV offered a "UHF" locations tour,
hosted by Emily Elliott of KTUL and the TTM webmaster. She and husband Gary
created a great 6:11 video of it, watch on her
10/5/2013: Did an onscreen bit about the camera
supplied by Chris Sloan to the RSUTV "UHF" telethon last Saturday (it was
in the movie!). 1:40 on the
9/20/2013: Sam Jones interviewed Jennifer Sterling
and me about Weird Al's upcoming "UHF" visits to Tulsa on RSU-TV's half-hour
show, "Green Country Perspectives with Sam Jones". Watch on
1/2012: TTM is cited as "one of the earliest and
largest Web-based local television tribute sites", with quotes from contributors
Marc Hall and Rodney Echohawk in this academic paper:
"Magic Windows and the Serious Life: Rituals and
Community in Early American Local Television", by Phillip J. Hutchison in
the Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media.
How to read or save the paper if you have a Tulsa
Click this shortcut to the library's database:
Sign in with your library card.
Check "Select all", then click "Continue".
Search for "Magic Windows"
Click on "PDF Full Text" to read the article or
1/2011: Wrote an
about the origin of TTM for This Land.
1/15/2010: Appeared on KTUL-TV's "Good Day Tulsa"
with Keith Taylor, talking about the new Mazeppa DVD. 4 minute
YouTube in GroupBlog 307.
10/16/2009: Sam Jones did a half-hour interview
with me on KRSC-TV's "Green Country Perspectives with Sam Jones".
YouTube in GroupBlog 302.
1/7/2008: I was the "phone-a-friend" on "Who Wants
To Be A Millionaire?" 2 minute
YouTube in GroupBlog 252.
2/10/2007: David Crow interviewed me on OETA's
"Tulsa Times". 8 minute YouTube in GroupBlog
1/19/2006: #48 on Urban Tulsa Weekly's
12/25/2003: Guested on David Bagsby's "Outhouses
of the Holy" CD, singing the Cain's Coffee
12/2002: "Blast From The Past" by Mark Roe in
7/17/2002: Article in the Tulsa World by Tim Stanley:
8/3/2000: Appeared on KOTV's "Six in the Morning"
with LeAnne Taylor and Rick Wells.
7/16/2000: Article by John Wooley in the Tulsa World: "On
the Web: 'Memories' of Mazeppa".
8/29/1999: TTM as inspiration for a music CD: "A
Bagsby Symphony?" by John Wooley of the Tulsa World.
7/7/1999: "Remembering long-lost shows from Tulsa
TV's golden days" was a segment of Jack Frank's "Oklahoma Memories" program
on KJRH. It included footage of Gailard Sartain, Gary Busey, Lee & Lionel,
Mr. Zing and Tuffy, Betty Boyd, and new interviews with Billy Hargis II and
Mike Ransom (your webmaster).