During a lengthy interview on NBC's "Today" show with Matt Lauer, Janay Rice discussed a number of topics, including explaining why she apologized following her husband's high-profile domestic violence incident.
The "Today" show hype of its conversation with Janay Rice is almost grotesque in its overkill, but the first parts of Matt Lauer's actual sit-down with the wife of the former Ravens running back and her mother was a respectable piece of morning show TV interviewing.
As former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice tries to rehabilitate an image sullied by domestic violence — a crucial step in restarting his NFL career — branding experts and sports analysts say he faces a straightforward, yet imposing task: convincing the world that he's a changed man..
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.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined Ravens players Jacoby Jones and Justin Tucker and crowds of local children for a workout at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday – and it was broadcast on national television.
But it was nevertheless fascinating to see how successfully Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, the trio of Cleveland women kidnapped and held captive for over a decade, were able to bypass the TV morning shows in delivering their message of thanks on a YouTube video Monday.
Richard Oare, an attorney who successfully defended the then-York, Pa., mayor on a decades-old murder charge dating to a 1969 race riot, died of prostate cancer March 26 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The White Hall resident was 68.
Remember when Chelsea Clinton and NBC News launched this misadventure featuring her as a "special correspondent" on "Rock Center" with a fanfare of hype and outright lies about what she and the journalistically-challenged NBC News were up to?
The sky was dark and snow was falling as hundreds of Ravens fans converged on the Inner Harbor Friday to join Natalie Morales of the "Today Show" and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to wager a bet with San Francisco, home of the Ravens Super Bowl rival, the 49ers.
Ending a tenure marked by the costly decline of the 'Today' show, the failure of the newsmagazine 'Rock Center' and an erosion of journalistic values, Steve Capus Friday resigned as president of NBC News after almost eight years on the job.
Tomorrow, Baltimore finally gets a little bit of air time, ranging from Natalie Morales squirrel dancing at the Inner Harbor for NBC's "Today" show, to CNN reporting on what the Super Bowl has meant to fans in Baltimore.
From #SaveBigBird and #womeninbinders, to #Lauerfail and #DrunkDianeSawyer, it seems like we are awash in stories with hashtags these days -- stories about the 140-character wonders of Twitter and their impact on media and politics.
What Karl Kissner and his cousin, Karla Hench, stumbled upon on that gray February day was a real-life bonanza of about 700 baseball cards from the early 1900s with a total estimated value of about $3 million, according to some experts.
With the debut of her new syndicated talk show fast approaching, Katie Couric is out on the hustings promoting it at some of the many stations that have signed on. Monday, she sat down for an interview in at WMAR-TV (Channel 2) in Baltimore.
NBC News used to be very good at handling major on-air change. The passing of the baton from Tom Brokaw to Brian Williams was textbook for how it should be done. But NBC News President Steve Capus and his lieutenants are doing to Ann Curry as they push her out at"Today" is brutal.