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  • Big changes in store for CBS' NFL coverage this season

    Big changes in store for CBS' NFL coverage this season
    Far and away, the biggest story in NFL television coverage this fall is the arrival of "Thursday Night Football" to the CBS prime-time schedule Sept. 11 with a matchup between the Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. Just as NBC's "Sunday Night Football" has...
  • Ridgely Manor Park set for grand opening Aug. 30

    Ridgely Manor Park set for grand opening Aug. 30
    Once infamous for gasoline in its groundwater, a 2-acre site is generating excitement as a sorely needed neighborhood park. "This is the biggest thing to happen in the neighborhood since it was built in the early 1940s," said Mandy Stepp, president of...
  • Final act of Emmy dominance by 'Breaking Bad' a landmark achievement

    Final act of Emmy dominance by 'Breaking Bad' a landmark achievement
    I love "Breaking Bad," and even I didn't think it would win as big as it did Monday night at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards. Best drama, best actor (Bryan Cranston), best supporting actor (Aaron Paul), best supporting actress (Anna Gunn) and best...
  • Emmy nominees stand tall, but NBC sells telecast short

    Emmy nominees stand tall, but NBC sells telecast short
    It’s time for the Emmy Awards again, and I am excited and angry. More angry than excited, so let’s take a bite out of that apple first. I’m angry because the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards telecast airs almost a month earlier than usual...
  • Baltimore finally ready to gamble as casino opens Tuesday

    Baltimore finally ready to gamble as casino opens Tuesday
    Baltimore's first casino could have risen more than a dozen years ago on the faded industrial stretch that is now posh Harbor East. Or more controversially, slot machines could have made their city debut in the family-oriented Inner Harbor or at Pimlico...
  • Chelsea Clinton declares victory and moves on from TV embarrassment at NBC

    Chelsea Clinton declares victory and moves on from TV embarrassment at NBC
    After playing at being a TV correspondent and doing some of the worst on-air network reporting I have seen in 30 years of writing about media, Chelsea Clinton is declaring victory and moving on, she told People magazine. Here's an indication of how...
  • Sinclair Broadcast CEO embroiled in lease dispute with farmer

    Sinclair Broadcast CEO embroiled in lease dispute with farmer
    Alerted by a phone call one recent Sunday, Stephen Pieper drove his black pickup the few miles from his farm in White Hall to Monkton, where he arrived too late to stop a man from plowing under the corn on 95 acres of land he'd leased for decades....
  • Why viewers can't trust Al Jazeera's coverage of the war in Gaza [Letter]

    Veteran Sun television reviewer David Zurawik writes that "no one is doing a more thorough job of covering the death and destruction in Gaza than Al Jazeera" ("Gripping, heartrending Gaza images lead to shift in PR war," July 25). "Social media are...
  • Brown to strike first on airwaves

    Brown to strike first on airwaves
    If the first political ad for the general election is any indication, the battle for the governor's mansion may take a negative tone, some political observers say. Democrat Anthony G. Brown released a 30-second TV spot Friday that takes a swipe at his...
  • Sinclair will create original TV shows

    Sinclair will create original TV shows
    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. plans to create original television programs to air in prime time and on weekend afternoons on the broadcaster's MyNet and CW stations. The Sinclair Original Programming division will develop entertainment programs,...
  • Tana Hicken, actress and teacher

    Tana Hicken, actress and teacher
    Tana Hicken, a Baltimore actress and teacher who deftly portrayed a wide variety of characters on stage during a professional career that spanned more than four decades, died Aug. 17 at her home in Sparks of myositis, an autoimmune disorder. She was 70....
  • Laurel hires media coordinator for public TV station

    Laurel hires media coordinator for public TV station
    Laurel city government has hired Joyce Jackson, a former TV journalist with WUSA 9 in Washington, to be the full-time media coordinator for the newly formed department of communications. The new position was created to help the department relaunch the...