That didn't take long, did it?
WBAL-TV made the first mistake in covering the trial of Baltimore City Police Officer William G. Porter today before jury selection in the trial even began.
During a segment at 7:55 on the station's morning news, viewers saw video of a prisoner being brought to the courthouse. The station identified the man as Porter.
But it wasn't Porter.Read more
Rabia Chaudry, the friend and advocate for Adnan Syed who brought his story to the attention of public radio's Sarah Koenig, is writing a book about his case.
Syed, who was convicted of the 1999 murder of Woodlawn High School senior Hae Min Lee, his former girlfriend, has been imprisoned in Maryland ever since.Read more
The telecast of the game wasn’t as sloppy as the play on the field in the Ravens' 16-13 victory over the St. Louis Rams. But it wasn’t all that much better either.
It was refreshing to get a Fox telecast instead of CBS if no other reason than seeing endless promotional messages for primetime series other than “NCIS” and “The Big Bang Theory.”Read more
In case this part of the story was missing from your child's grade-school Thanksgiving pageant, TV is here to tell us this holiday week that the Pilgrims were a bunch of grave-robbing, food-stealing killers who lured a Native American leader to what he thought was a meal of peace, only to cut off his head and stick it on a pole.
Yeah, just like "Game of Thrones."Read more
The A&E networks are devoting three hours of prime time tonight to a concert and conversation about race. It's a conversation in which Baltimore plays a prominent role as a result of the uprising following the death of Freddie Gray.Read more