WMAR hires new chief from Calif. station
Lewin leaves WMAR for Russian TV
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.
WMAR takes to heart telethon for sick children
Who's Tops In News? Baltimore viewers, mourning Al Sanders, turn hearts to WJZ
5 O'CLOCK FIGHT Affiliates duke it out live for local news viewers
Affiliate switch in January helps WBAL tie WJZ in newscast ratings This just in ...
Tale of pioneer has playwright on right track
Actor Ben Stein gives boredom a good name The Teacher Is In
What the TV switch means for viewers
Local affiliates broadcast anxiety as switch looms
November sweeps: 'Ricki' rises, 'Oprah' falls
WJZ adds Sher as co-anchor of Thorner's 5 p.m. newscast
Delaying switches until Jan. annoys WMAR, WBAL
Think before leaping into health careThe president...
Anchor job leads Sandra Pinckey to change channels
Television host Stu Kerr, beloved by children, dies
WMAR follows trend in low-gore TV news
It's cheap, it's sleazy and we like TV that way TALK TALK TALK
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
Thorner's No. 2 so far battle rages for 5 p.m.
Sally Thorner shines again, as WJZ's 5 p.m. news anchor A Star Is Reborn
'Lonesome Dove' finale and other finery
'Eye to Eye' with Heidi and a hostage, too
WMAR names general manager to replace Kleiner
Cambridge cable restores WMAR but not WJZ
WJZ will remain on cable here, but not in Cambridge
In cable payment standoff, High Noon draws closer Few deals reported as deadline nears for keeping TV stations on cable
Smith family seeks to take Channel 2 WBFF owners' move could shift WMAR
NBC has decided that the Los Angeles...
Scripps Howard closes WMAR-TV deal
WMAR-TV is sold for $125 million Scripps Howard to pay less than original selling price.
Tentative pact reached on sale of WMAR-TV
NAMING NAMES WHERE THE STYLISH GO TO GET OUTFITTED, COIFFED, ETC.
$154.7 million purchase of WMAR-TV is scrapped