Becky Ivey

Marketing Director

Becky joined the Texas Tech Public Media team in September of 2013 after more than 17 years in the broadcast business with many different roles.  Becky started her career path with classes in high school and continued through college.  Her first media job was at KLBK-13 in production of live news & sports. While working at the television stations Becky began her freelancing position with Texas Tech Athletics.  She continues to freelance and loves working on live broadcasts with Texas Tech Athletics and Fox Sports.  Becky found a real passion for marketing and promotions while she worked at KJTV-34 for several years.  She returned to her media roots at KLBK-13 & KAMC-28 in a promotions position and received Employee of the Year in 2007 and was promoted to eMedia Manager in 2009.  Becky is very happy to be back in the marketing and promotions game at Channel 5 and 89.1.  She is excited about all the new and exciting things planned for Texas Tech Public Media.

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Texas Tech Public Radio is part of a community being acknowledged for receiving a grant from the Sybil B. Harrington Endowment for Arts as administered by The Community Foundation of West Texas.

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Texas Tech Public Radio spring fundraiser begins April 21st.  This is one of two times during the year when we ask you to make a tax-deductible investment in the radio programming that you expect from us.  Long form news and music is possible on FM 89.1 thanks to your financial contributions.

On behalf of everyone here at KTTZ-TV​, we wanted to say thank you for our recent success in our March pledge. It is because of your support and financial contributions to our stations that we can continue to educate, innovate and inspire by providing amazing events and programming to viewers like you! #MyKTTZ

Defunding the Corporation for Public Broadcast and eliminating federal funding to public media would be a significant blow to more than 1,200 public radio stations across the country that provide 41 million people every week with free over-the-air programming they can't find anywhere else.

Texas Tech Public Radio provides news and information as well as music to the greater Lubbock community on the air and on digital platforms.  KTTZ-FM provides non-commercial programming that informs, educates, and inspires.

"PBS and our nearly 350 member stations, along with our viewers, continue to remind Congress of our strong support among Republican and Democratic voters, in rural and urban areas across every region of the country. We have always had support from both parties in Congress, and will again make clear what the public receives in return for federal funding for public broadcasting.

GREATER TUNA, the hilarious hit comedy about the third smallest town in Texas where the Lion's Club is too liberal and Patsy Cline never dies, is coming back to theatres, this time with Co-Creator Jaston Williams sitting in the Director's chair. Co-Creator Jaston Williams will direct this all new tour starring the fresh talent of Ryan Bailey, Tim Leavon and Will Mercer. Assisted by lightning-quick costume changes, the actors will portray all twenty-one characters: men, women, children and animals.

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