Making News: Texas Style

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Making News: Texas Style
Genre Reality Tv
Directed by Steve Bronstein
Starring KOSA-TV Staff
Theme music composer MusicBox
Country of origin USA
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Producer(s) Nick Davis Productions
Location(s) Odessa, Texas
Running time 60 Minutes
Original network TV Guide Network
First shown in 2007
Original release June 11 – September 23, 2007
Followed by Making News: Savannah Style
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Making News: Texas Style was a TV Guide Network reality series based in the Midland/Odessa, Texas Metro area, following the work lives of the anchors and reporters at KOSA-TV, the market's local CBS affiliate. The show aired on Monday nights at 8/7C on the TV Guide Network.

The program was taped at KOSA's studio at Music City Mall, which is owned by KOSA's parent company and is located in Odessa, contrary to the title sequence.

The series featured stories from Odessa and Midland as well as Goldsmith and Pecos. Sometimes, news anchors at rival station KWES-TV, the market's local NBC affiliate, were followed, but not as frequent.


*The cast is listed by appearance in theme sequence*

  • Jay Hendricks- Anchor
  • Kara Lee- Reporter
  • Jose Gaona - News Director
  • Tatum Hubbard- Anchor (listed as Co-Anchor in first two episodes)
  • Gary Williams Jr.- Producer
  • Melissa Correa- Reporter
  • Bill Warren- Anchor (Dropped as Anchor in second episode, Listed as Reporter in third)*Not Listed in title sequence and appeared on show*
  • Craig Stewart- Weather Director
  • Greg Morgan- meteorologist
  • Jeff Stewart- Sports Director
  • Mike Barker- Anchor
  • Javi Perez - Sports Reporter
  • Catherine Collins - Reporter
  • Armando Saldivar - Reporter
  • Krista Escamilla - Morning Anchor
  • Eddie Garcia - Reporter
  • Allyson Powell - Reporter

The entire KOSA news team can be found here: KOSA-TV Staff

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