Methods make ratings madness Who's on first?Among local TV news outlets, 'most-watched' depends on who's counting.
Stations dig in, pile up ratings
A BIG SCHTICK Show time: WJZ sportcaster John Buren has been working on his game since childhood. And his style either scores big with viewers or misses by a mile
WBAL stakes claim at 11 Battle of words: WJZ's late local news falls to second place ending streak as clear victor in ratings race.
WJZ-TV picks W. B. Doner to handle advertising
Sandra Pinckney: A familiar face in a new place
Who's Tops In News? Baltimore viewers, mourning Al Sanders, turn hearts to WJZ
Viewers, colleagues remember Al Sanders
5 O'CLOCK FIGHT Affiliates duke it out live for local news viewers
WJZ anchor Al Sanders hospitalized with cancer viewers voice concern
Affiliate switch in January helps WBAL tie WJZ in newscast ratings This just in ...
What's on TV? Viewers call stations to find their shows
Local affiliates broadcast anxiety as switch looms
Bumped CBS shows to be aired on WJZ two months late
WJZ adds Sher as co-anchor of Thorner's 5 p.m. newscast
WBAL takes pre-emptive strike at WJZ
Delaying switches until Jan. annoys WMAR, WBAL
Anchor job leads Sandra Pinckey to change channels
WJZ to join CBS in 3-station deal
Three suitors line up to call on jilted WJZ-TV
ABC-TV to switch from WJZ to WMAR
Ricki Lake's ratings are hot in sweeps WJZ news does well
WJZ sinks to new low in bid to land on top in ratings
Thorner's No. 2 so far battle rages for 5 p.m.
WJZ's new 'News at Five' wins high initial ratings
Sally Thorner shines again, as WJZ's 5 p.m. news anchor A Star Is Reborn
Cambridge cable restores WMAR but not WJZ
WJZ will remain on cable here, but not in Cambridge
Cable talks inch toward 11th hour WJZ may be let go after midnight
Thorner's WJZ news show is pushed into new year
In cable payment standoff, High Noon draws closer Few deals reported as deadline nears for keeping TV stations on cable
THE DEAN OF BALTIMORE TV
Nall mix-up starts TV tug of war WBAL pre-empts WJZ's interview
TELEVISION'S CHANGING FACE Breaking the ranks of TV tradition with new strategies for coping with cable and dwindling advertising
WJZ-TV initiates layoffs, end of 'Evening Magazine'
Voters at the State Fair prefer the faces at WJZ