The Story Gets Personal
Backbone of 'SI' staff, Reilly leaves for ESPN, $2M a year
WBAL-TV starts sharing content with YouTube
State awards lottery contract to WBAL-TV
WBAL-TV holds ratings lead for 11 p.m. newscast Interpretation: WJZ management takes solace in overall figures and credits NBC lineup for rival channel's success.
Hopkins doctor finds TV useful Health: Public health doctor uses widely watched "ER" as a launchpad for greater public awareness of health matters.
WBAL names news director
Jim Mustard, WBAL-TV newsman, 51
The Flake Factor Cold sweat: The slightest hint of snow drives Baltimoreans to madness . . . and to the supermarket.
Fresh recruit joins WBAL lineup for nightly news wars
Who's Tops In News? Baltimore viewers, mourning Al Sanders, turn hearts to WJZ
Six golden voices of vintage radio remain on the air in Baltimore Broadcasting Success
Here a comedian, there a comedian . . .
Donna Hamilton to co-anchor news on Channel 11
Woman wins suit against dating service, WBAL-TV
NBC brings in Leno and the big guys to trumpet its Jan. 2 jump to WBAL
Great Network Switch May Require Detective Work to Find a Favorite Show
WJZ sinks to new low in bid to land on top in ratings
Fox TV's NFL coup a boon to Baltimore affiliate
WBAL-AM poised to alter lineup for Limbaugh show
Baltimore, D.C. local affiliates still vexing CBS TURNED ON IN LA. -- Fall Preview
Despite the new network, Dave needs an affiliate his show can call home
TV news production staff at WBAL votes for union
Rudy Miller settles discrimination suit against WBAL
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Term in Office Changed Perception of Schmoke
LOOK WHO'S TALKING THE BEST AND WORST OF CALL-IN RADIO
NAMING NAMES WHERE THE STYLISH GO TO GET OUTFITTED, COIFFED, ETC.
Most 'experts' guessed high
MILLER BIAS CASE FOCUSES ON LATE NEWS
WBAL-TV manager denies sex bias
EEOC sues WBAL, calls Miller victim of sex bias
EEOC sues for 'Rudy' Miller
The polls: Voters knew what they didn't want SOCIAL SCIENCE