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Linda Lewis Established Lewis Enterprises, a Tulsa-Based Advertising Agency Specializing in Custom-Designed Marketing
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About Linda

Career Overview

Linda LewisLinda Lewis was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana and raised in Denver, Colorado before attending the University of Northern Colorado at Greeley.

With a background in Marketing and Promotions, Linda was PROMOTIONS DIRECTOR for Tulsa, Oklahoma radio station KRAV from 1977 to 1980.

She then established Lewis Enterprises, a Tulsa-based advertising agency specializing in custom-designed marketing for clients such as Sizzler Family Steak House, Southwest Airlines and Walt Disney Productions.

She also CREATED, PRODUCED and SYNDICATED two television series; Intermission with Linda Lewis, a celebrity interview program; and Travelin', a travel adventure series for children.

In 1985 she helped form United Entertainment Pictures with Tulsa-based United Home Video, where she made history by PRODUCING the first full-length feature film made expressly for Home Video release. She PRODUCED two additional films for United Home Video in 1986 & 1987.

In 1988, along with her husband, Christopher Lewis, she WROTE, CO-PRODUCED and CO-HOSTED a weekly television travel series, Side by Side, for Cinetel Productions. It was nominated for ACE Awards and ran for four years on The Nashville Network.

In 1990, she PRODUCED The Raven Red Kiss-Off, a Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective Movie of the Week starring Marc Singer, Tracy Scoggins, Arte Johnson, Eddie Deezen and Paul Bartel, distributed by Fries Entertainment and LBS Communications and broadcast on Fox Television Stations.

In 1991, she teamed with husband, Christopher Lewis, to RESEARCH and PRODUCE the National Education Film & Video Festival award-winning documentary series American Traditions for selected PBS stations.

She also collaborated with her husband by RESEARCHING and PRODUCING various projects for The Entertainment Group, including:

  • Cars on Route 66, Route 66 Turns 75, Route 66 Revisited, and A Journey Down Route 66, the four best-selling, definitive videos on America's most famous highway, hosted by author and road warrior Michael Wallis, for TEG Home Video

  • Bob Wills and the History of Western Swing Music, a music documentary for Liberty-VCI Home Video.

  • Sourdough, Beefsteak & Beans, a Red Steagall cowboy music and poetry television special for the Americana Television Network

  • Roger Miller - King of the Road, a Biography for White Star Home Video.

  • Hauntings Across America, a ghostly chronicle hosted by Star Trek's Michael Dorn for TEG Home Video, seen on The Learning Channel.

  • Haunted Places, more ghostly stories for TEG Home Video

  • Truckin'’, an hour documentary on the trucking industry, TEG Video, 1998

  • The Grand Tour, Line Producer, documentary series for A&E, 1997-1998

  • The Psychic Connection, an hour documentary on animal/human communication, TEG Video, 1998

  • The Greatest Miracles, three part documentary series, TEG Video, 1997

  • Fabulous Trolleys, one-hour documentary, TEG Video, 1999

  • Cowboy, the Legend-the Legacy, music entertainment special, PBS, 2001

  • Hands on History (research) - television series for the History Channel / Jupiter Entertainment 2001

  • American History for Kids, for Landmark Media.

  • The History of Transportation, 2004, for Discovery Learning

  • 20th Century Presidents, for Landmark Media.

  • Eco=Kids & Eco=Kids Explore, a series of programs on conservation and the ecology, for Landmark Media.

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