Brandi Blake

Host, Inside Texas Tech

Brandi joins the KTTZ team after spending more than 10 years producing live newscasts, sporting events, and special features for both television and radio. Her love for media started at a young age while watching Tom Brokaw's live coverage as the Berlin Wall came down in 1989. From then on, she was hooked (and she's still hooked on Brokaw, too!) 

Brandi's love for current events eventually segued into the role of news producer for both KJTV-34 and WHAS-11, where she spent years learning the ropes of live television. The one thing that might trump her love of news is her love of sports. Brandi has spent many afternoons on the sideline covering and producing live sporting events for television and radio including Oaks Day and Derby at Churchill Downs, Texas Tech red & black spring games, countless coach's shows, and endless hours of pre game broadcasts. Brandi is also proud of her work launching Lubbock's newest sports station Double T 97.3 and in depth specials including National Signing Day and Bowl Game Broadcasts.

Brandi is excited for the next chapter in her career as she segues from calling the shots to telling the stories. She can't wait to tell the community about all the great things that are happening at 89.1 and Inside Texas Tech. You can contact Brandi via email or give her a call at 806.834.3572 Give her a shout, she would love to hear from you!

Ways to Connect

Host Clint Barrick catches up Lubbock Symphony Orchestra Director, Mary Saathoff, about the final production of the Masterworks Series. Guest Conductor Daniel Myssyk leads the LSO alongside a solo performance by Andrew Staupe of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor.

Listen in as Clint Barrick visits with Dr. Dorothy Chansky, Director of the Humanities Center at Texas Tech University.

Tonight, the Humanities Center welcomes guest lecturer and author Abby Smith Rumsey.

The event starts at 5:30 at SW Collection, Formby Room.

Puttin' on the Ritz, an exhibit at the Museum of Texas Tech, is every fashion lover's dream! Beautiful garments from the mid 19th century all the way to end of the 20th century dot the aisle at this breathtaking collection.

The Front Row visits with Dr. Kimberly Sparr, Associate Professor of Viola at the Texas Tech School of Music. Dr. Sparr was the featured soloist at the Texas Tech Orchestra's performance of Jennifer Hidgon's Viola Concerto. You can hear the Front Row weekdays on 89.1, Lubbock's Voice of the Art.

A fantastic collaboration brings to life two classics. Productions of A Raisin in the Sun and Clybourne Park both on the stage this weekend really less than two miles apart from each other.

First you can see the Lubbock's Community Theatre's production of A Raisin in the Sand.

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