John C. Stidman, an artist and pioneer of WMAR-TV who spent 38 years at the city's first television station as a director and producer, died Wednesday of complications from a fall at the Presbyterian Home of Maryland in Towson. The longtime North Baltimore resident was 90.
Tom Lynn of Radnor-Winston makes a gallant appearance on Jeopardy as 50 friends, former colleagues and family members gather to watch on TV at the Zen West cantina on York Road. Lynn led several times during the game and got final Jeopardy right. But so did the woman who was leading at the end, so she won. Still, the bar crowd gave Lynn a standing ovation.
Tom Lynn of Radnor-Winston, a retired Boys' Latin School teacher, is going to Zen West restaurant Monday evening, to watch himself on Jeopardy! He is a contestant this week and invited all of his friends to come watch with him. He is not allowed to say if he won.
'NBC Sunday Night Football' isn't just in a league of its own when it comes to NFL telecasts. Last night's broadcast of the Baltimore Ravens 13 to 10 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers was another gold-plated example of that truth.
Forget talk about the O's being on MLB channel Wednesday. The Orioles are on TBS in prime time, though the exact time could change from the scheduled 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., depending on whether or not a series ends today.
The sorry tableau of two replacement referees standing side by side in the end zone making opposite calls on a controversial play at the end of ESPN's "Monday Night Football" led to the largest audience on record for the post-game SportsCenter show.
Ralph Warren Hills, a director at a Baltimore television station who helped shape what thousands of people viewed over four decades, died Thursday from complications of Parkinson's disease at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. He was 73.
Baltimore's Justin Sausville is picking up right where he left off at the end of last season's "Jeopardy." The 30-year-old medical doctor from Baltimore extended his streak of victories to five days this week