As the focus of local news began to shift from radio and newspapers to television in the 1950s, Bert Shipp made a similar transition, leaving the Dallas Times Herald to work as a reporter for WBAP Channel 5. Shipp spent the next three decades helping shape broadcast journalism in North Texas, a legacy now carried on by his son, Brett, at WFAA Channel 8. Bert Chronicles highlights across these years in his  book:  Details at 10: Behind the Headlines of Texas Television History.

Click here to see an interview with Bert Shipp, with his son, reporter Brett Shipp, and click here to see the WFAA interview, Behind the Scenes with Bert Shipp.