Brent McClure

My background of Music, Marketing and 20 years of meeting with clients, consultants and viewers uniquely positions me to see opportunities to create win - win strategies that produce results for clients. Q: What did you want to be when you were 10 years old? A: When I was 10 years old, after see Smokey and the Bandit, I wanted to lead a convoy as a truck driver. But I also thought cotton farming was cool and traveling the country as a musician in a band.

Recent Articles by Brent

  Our Perspective on red light approvals in Amarillo

Our Perspective on resolutions

Perspective: Together We Can Food Drive raised around 857,000 meals

Our Perspective on holiday stress

Our Perspective on the Amarillo Sod Poodles

Our perspective on Amarillo’s road construction

Our Perspective on early voting

Perspective: Don’t mess with the Panhandle

Our Perspective on how connecting with people has changed

Perspective: NewsChannel 10 launches 2nd Cup, first conversational newscast in the Panhandle

Our Perspective on stigmas associated with Dyslexia

Our Perspective on the Texas Tech Chancellor and proposed Veterinary school

Our Perspective on tax-free weekend

Our Perspective on the Opioid Crisis in Amarillo

Our Perspective on our Summer Celebration tradition

Our Perspective on distracted driving and how to be better

Perspective Monthly Challenge: Tell us what you're appreciative of this Independence Day

Our Perspective on Gray Television and Raycom Media combining

Perspective: It's time to discuss mental wellness

Our Perspective on offering valuable content with MeTV and 24/7