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 broadcasting a thirteen-week series of concerts by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.  Many people in our listening area have heard the DSO at home in the Meyerson Symphony Center.  As we air concert broadcasts by many of the world’s great orchestras, it is appropriate that the Dallas Symphony take its place on Texas Tech Public Radio.  Tune in for these concerts on Thursday evenings at 8pm.

On this episode of the 24 Frames Podcast, host DeNae is joined by Christopher Cortez, Daniel Ballard, Rob Weiner and Robert Mora for this special Christmas episode!

It's been a long time coming!  We face off over the Marvel Cinematic Universe vs the DC Cinematic Universe.

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Join KTTZ-TV Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at 7 PM for a free preview screening of Victoria, the new MASTERPIECE drama on PBS.  The screening will be at Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock, 120 W Loop 289, Lubbock, Texas 79416.  

Texas Tech University and the United States Agency for International Development have partnered to not just build maps, but build mappers right here on campus.

The program support university efforts to offer meaningful global learning experiences, build a socially engaged citizenry, enhance long-term scientific capacity around the world, and foster youth leadership.  Capitalizing on web-based open geospatial technologies, our mission is to cultivate a generation of young leaders to create resilient communities and  to define their world by mapping it.

On this episode of the 24 Frames Podcast, Brent Collins of Fanboy Hobby in Lubbock, Texas talks about cosplay that matters and why he chose a hobby with meaning!

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