Updates from Austin TV and radio stations – and a whole lot more.

November TV ratings: KXAN wins most news time slots

5:26 pm Dec. 1, 2016

KXAN continues to be Austin’s No. 1 choice for TV news, according to the latest Nielsen ratings.

In November, the city’s NBC affiliate had the top-ranked English-language newscasts at 4:30 a.m., 6 a.m., 5 p.m., 6

KBVO to air Friday’s Lake Travis-Westlake playoff game

4:21 pm Dec. 1, 2016

One of the biggest high school football rivalries in Central Texas will unfold Friday night on live TV.

That’s when Austin MyNetworkTV affiliate KBVO will air the 6A Division 1 quarter-final matchup between powerhouses Lake Travis

All Christmas, all the time on 2 Austin radio stations

1:17 pm Nov. 18, 2016

Forget about Thanksgiving, Majic 95.5 is already celebrating Christmas.

Even though Santa is still more than a month away from making his rounds, the Austin radio station has flipped to round-the-clock holiday tunes.

If you’re not in

Connally quarterback Robert Patterson and running back Ryan Walton (Jamie Harms photo / for Round Rock Leader)

KBVO to air Friday’s Temple-Connally playoff game

2:34 pm Nov. 15, 2016

Another Central Texas high school football playoff game is set to air on Austin TV station KBVO this week.

The city’s MyNetworkTV affiliate will broadcast the Class 5A Division I matchup between the Temple Wildcats and Connally Cougars live at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

The broadcast team will include De Hansen and Steve Gideon.

Trina Quinn (KUTX photo)

Popular KUTX radio host leaving this week

3:43 pm Oct. 25, 2016

A popular Austin radio host is signing off this week.

Trina Quinn, who handles the midday shift on 98.9 KUTX-FM, told colleagues she plans to leave the station and take an extended road trip.

“I’ve more than enjoyed my time here, I have cherished it,” Quinn said. “It is bittersweet and I’m feeling the loss, but when dreams actualize, one must act. I wholeheartedly encourage all to seize their day and also,