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Support DCRTV On Our 20th Anniversary - 9/24 - September marks DCRTV's 20th anniversary! Two frigging decades ago, in September 1997, DCRTV started covering DC and Balimore area media news. And we're still here! Please help support your favorite free local media news and commentary website. Our ad revenue only pays about half our costs. Donations from folks like you are very important! Send your donation safely and conveniently via PayPal at paypal.me/dcrtv. Or send a check made payable tp Dave Hughes at 18766 John Williams Highway, Unit 4 #337, Rehoboth Beach DE 19971. To celebrate our 20th year, you can get a year of access (includes extensions and renewals) to DCRTV Plus 2.0 for just $20 (the regular price is $39). It's the best place to find nostalgic and historical stuff about DC and Baltimore radio and TV.....

13's Memories To Museum - 9/23 - From DCRTV's Saturday Mailbag: CBS's WJZ turns over the entire WJZ 13 TV library of film & tape going back to 1959 for preservation and presentation to MARMIA (MidAtlantic Regional Moving Image Archive) run by Siobhan Hagan. But much work is needed still to preserve the thousands of old film canisters and tapes, some of which are in poor condition. The goal is to fully digitize the entire collection before it's gone. WJZ 13 is a rare large market station that saved a lot of its footage to this day. The footage dates back to just after Westinghouse bought then struggling WAAM channel 13, and turned the station around and into WJZ, with a few glimpses of what the station was like before as WAAM. The film & tapes have been stored at the University of Baltimore, but without any preservation efforts up until now. The full story along with clips is at www.marmia.org but be sure to watch "This is Baltimore" below. It's a fascinating look at 1959 TV. There's more info in The Baltimore Sun too - www.baltimoresun.com".....

More: Battagliese Gone From TOP - 9/22 - Tom Taylor Now confirms yesterday's unconfirmed report that Jim Battagliese has departed Hubbard Radio's all-news WTOP as its director of traffic and weather operations. Still no official word from WTOP. There was a reduction in force at that part of the regional trimulcast's operation, leaving less for Battagliese to oversee, Taylor reports. He'd been with WTOP since 2010. Battagliese's career has included stops at XM Satellite Radio, Traffic.com, Shadow Broadcast Services, and Metro Traffic.....

Did WTOP Cut Battagliese? - 9/21 - From a DCRTV source: "Sounds like Hubbard made some RIFs in the traffic department, including some mobile-reporting folks. Don't have any names or the number of folks. But although Hubbard HR didn't call me back about Battagliese, I'm sure he has left. Between yesterday and today, he took the WTOP job off his LinkedIn page. Now he's this - "Stuck in Traffic, Battagliese Consulting." More soon.....

Mark Williams Gone From WPOC - 9/21 - Mark Williams, who has been doing morning traffic for Baltimore's country WPOC, 93.1, and has been production director for the Charm City iHeart radio cluster, is gone after two decades. He posted on Facebook: "Yesterday the management at WPOC informed me that my position there was being eliminated so after 20 years my time there has come to an end. For those of you who have already heard through the grapevine I am overwhelmed by the outpouring of support and well wishes, I really loved my job and there was never a day that I didn't want to come in and be a part of the Laurie DeYoung show and the exciting radio station that was WPOC. Laurie, St Pierre and Claire were like family to me and helped me through the good times and bad over the years and for that I will be eternally grateful.There are way too many people that I've worked with over the years to thank individually, but I want you all to know that I appreciate the time we worked together, the things I learned the memories and friendships that were made. I will miss all of you, but don't worry I'll pop up somewhere. As I always say, the big radio cart always recues. That's for those old enough to remember carts, probably too inside baseball! Good night and good luck!" Before joining iHeart, then Clear Channel in 1997, he was an on-air personality at WWMX, Mix 106.5. More soon.....

Pete Sheehan Dies - 9/21 - Pete Sheehan, one of the premier front bench EVS operators in the DMV, died suddenly on September 18th. He started at the television studio at the Chamber Of Commerce, and became a freelance cameraman before making the transition to sports trucks. He worked football for Fox, CBS, and boxing for Showtime. Sheehan also served as a freelance director for the Internal Revenue Service, George Washington University, and others. There will be a celebration of Pete's life Friday, September 22, from noon to 2 PM at Chadwicks in Old Towne Alexandria.....

DC Government Starts DC Radio - 9/20 - The Washington DC government has launched "DC Radio" online at dcradio.gov and via the leased HD4 digital subchannel of Howard University's WHUR, 96.3. Programming comes from DC's Office Of Cable Television, Film, Music, And Entertainment. It will feature information about what's happening in the District, community affairs shows, and emergency info, plus content from a group called "202Creates." Along with a weekly program hosted by Mayor Muriel Bowser. Broadcast professionals hosting programs include 94.7 Fresh FM, WIAD's Britt Waters' "The Sound" local music show, KFOG San Francisco's Rosalie Howarth's "Putumayo World Music Hour," and former WKYS host EZ Street. More at radioinsight.com.....

Tim Young To Examiner - 9/20 - Tim Young has been hired by the Washington Examiner as a video journalist. Previously at the Daily Caller, Young will be bringing his comedy show, "No Things Considered," to the Examiner, part of an expansion of multi-media and social media projects for the company.....

WTOP & WAMU Tops DC Radio Ratings - 9/19 - The Washington market radio ratings for the "second week" of September. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WTOP and WAMU, 3) WHUR, 4) WBIG, 5) WIHT, 6) WMAL and WASH, 8) WPGC and WMMJ, 10) WJFK-FM, 11) WMZQ, 12) WPRS, 13) WKYS, 14) WGTS and WRQX, 16) WWDC, 17) WETA-FM, 18) WLZL, 19) WIAD, 20) WILC, 21) WTEM, 22) WAVA-FM, 23) WPFW and WFRE and WACA, 26) WOL and WFRE and WDCH, 29) WFMD and WDCN.....

Salem To Put Answer On 570 - 9/19 - Salem is rumored to be moving its righty talk "The Answer" format from WWRC, 1260, to its newly-acquired WSPZ, 570, with new call letters WRCW, leaving WWRC to simulcast the Christian talk of WAVA-FM, 105.1 for now. Look for something new to arrive at 1260 sometime soon, we speculate.....

5 & 20 Moving To Bethesda - 9/18 - Fox-owned Channel 5/WTTG, Fox 5, and its sister Channel 20/WDCA, which is now called Fox 5 Plus, is moving its offices and studios from 5151 Wisconsin Avenue in the Friendship Heights section of Northwest DC to 7272 Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda. That's about two miles northwest of its current location. More at fox5dc.com.....

Salem Honchos Now Run 570 - 9/18 - Tom Taylor Now tells us more about Redskins owner Dan Snyder's recent sale of WSPZ: "Washington DC's sports WSPZ/570 now belongs to the principals of Salem Communications - though not to Salem itself. The $2.1 million purchase of WSPZ Bethesda by 'AM 570 LLC' keeps its debt off the books at Salem... While it makes Salem Ed Atsinger and various members of the Atsinger/Epperson clan the new landlord for Cumulus. That's because Cumulus sold its own Bethesda tower site to Toll Brothers and is diplexing talk WMAL/630 with WSPZ. AM 570 LLC didn't acquire any of the studio equipment of WSPZ seller Red Zebra. But it did pick up 58 acres of land in Montgomery County. The current Salem trio in DC is conservative talk '1260 the Answer' WWRC, plus Christian teaching WAVA/780 and WAVA-FM/105.1, both licensed to Arlington. We’ll see what WSPZ's new role will be. The market's expecting one of the Salem-operated stations to do Salem's health-and-fitness talk format. In Minneapolis, it’s 'Wellness Radio 1570' KDIZ. Broker - Greg Guy of Patrick Communications".....

Stash To Mornings At WZBA - 9/15 - DCRTV hears from a reliable source that Baltimore rock radio legend Steve Ash, aka Stash, could be moving from afternoons to mornings soon on Baltimore classic rocker WZBA, 100.7 The Bay. More soon.....

Sinclair Launches National News Team - 9/15 - The Baltimore Sun reports that the Baltimore Sinclair Broadcast Group plans to launch a national investigative team of reporters and producers. Sinclair plans to shift some daily news coverage resources in many markets to investigative journalism and boost the total number of investigative reporters to more than 100. Twenty-two of Sinclair's news operations have investigative reporters, including the largest team of 11 investigative journalists at Channel 7/WJLA.....

Poet Taylor To PGC Middays - 9/14 - DCRTV tipped you earlier this week. And now we get the official word from CBS Radio that Poet Taylor (right) will begin hosting middays, 10 AM to 3 PM, on urban contemporary WPGC, 95.5. She started her radio career at Radio One's urban contemporary WERQ, 92.3, in Baltimore after winning a station contest seeking to expand their talent roster. She then served as executive producer for the "Joe Clair Morning Show" on WPGC in 2014 and was most recently a segment news producer of "Good Morning Washington" on Channel 7/WJLA and hosted weekends on WPGC. Says WPGC Program Director Steve Davis: "Poet has been an incredible advocate for WPGC in her part-time role. She is excellent on-air, understands social media and loves the DMV." Adds Poet, "I'm beyond blessed and super excited to be given the opportunity  to bring #edutainment to the DMV as the new midday host on WPGC 95.5 FM".....

Tim Murray To Be Heard In Norfolk - 9/14 - Tim Murray, who was among those laid off by ESPN 980, WTEM, back in January, will be co-hosting three days a week, Wednesdays thru Fridays, on sports talker WTAR, 850, in Norfolk. While remaining based in the DC area, he'll be heard on the Nick Bailey show from 3 PM to 5 PM. Also, Murray currently co-hosts the morning show on SB Nation Radio with Scott Linn and Steve Solomon and serves as the studio host for Navy football.....

WTOP & WAMU Tops DC Radio Ratings - 9/14 - The Washington market radio ratings for the "first week" of September. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WTOP and WAMU, 3) WHUR, 4) WBIG, 5) WIHT, 6) WASH, 7) WMMJ, 8) WMAL, 9) WKYS, 10) WPRS, 11) WPGC, 12) WMZQ, 13) WJFK-FM and WGTS, 15) WRQX and WIAD, 17) WWDC, 18) WLZL, 19) WETA-FM, 20) WTEM, 21) WAVA-FM and WACA, 23) WDCH, 24) WOL and WDCN, 26) WFRE and WFMD, 28) WPFW and WFED, 30) WTNT and WILC and WBQH and WAFY.....

Layoffs At CSN - 9/13 - DCRTV hears that there were more layoffs yesterday at Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic. News and studio departments were affected, we're told. Five people laid off from the news side and seven from the studio. Employees were told that the network will focus on Wizards, Capitals, Redskins game nights as well as digital content. Further details are to come later today during a staff meeting. Comcast is planning to soon re-brand the Bethesda-based network with its NBC Sports moniker.....

NBC To Start New Telemundo Station In DC - 9/13 - From broadcastingcable com: The Telemundo Station Group is in the process of creating its next owned station – in Washington DC. In an internal memo obtained by B&C, Jackie Bradford, president and general manager of NBC-owned Channel 4/WRC, announced plans to launch the new Telemundo station in December. The two stations, both of which are owned by NBCUniversal, will operate from WRC's current facility, Bradford said. ZGS Communications, which runs Washington's existing Telemundo affiliate, Channel 25/WZDC, sold the station's spectrum in the Federal Communications Commission's auction earlier this year, opening up the opportunity for a new owned station. "This project will expand NBC Washington news staff with a new team of Spanish-speaking and bilingual journalists to launch the new station. Both news teams will serve Spanish and English-speaking viewers in the greater Washington DC region," Bradford said in the memo.....

Alpha To Sell Fredericksburg Cluster? - 9/13 - Tony Bennett is out as the morning host at Alpha Media's contemporary 99.3 The Vibe, WVBE, in Fredericksburg. He's being replaced with an unspecified syndicated show, Tom Taylor Now reports. "Some other cost-cutting at the Fredericksburg cluster may warm up speculation that Alpha would sell Fredericksburg... With Greenville-New Bern, Myrtle Beach, and Savannah-Hilton Head sold to Dick Broadcasting. Portland, Oregon-based Alpha doesn't have much left in the Southeast," speculates TTN.....

Allyson Rae Leaves 9 - 9/13 - DCRTV hears that morning meteorologist Allyson Rae is leaving Channel 9/WUSA is returning to Ft. Myers, Florida to rejoin WBBH-TV.....

DCRTV Job Ad - 9/12 - The latest DCRTV Job Ad: 2017 Producer-Board Operator Position - WCBM has an opening for a Part-Time producer/board-operator. Experience preferred. Interested persons should be able to monitor transmitters, operate an audio console, screen calls, and edit audio. Must have reliable transportation. Please submit resumes to: WCBM,1726 Reisterstown Rd. Suite 117, Baltimore, MD. 21208 or to mailto:sean@wcbm.com. WCBM is an EOE.....

Guilty Plea In Deaths Of Lyon Sisters - 9/12 - Lloyd Lee Welch Jr., a 60-year old convicted sex offender, has been sentenced to two 48-year prison terms in the killing of two young sisters who disappeared from a Maryland shopping mall more than 40 years ago. The daughters of WMAL radio personality John Lyon, the sisters vanished on March 25, 1975, after walking to Wheaton Plaza, near their home in Kensington, Maryland. Welch pleaded guilty September 12 to two counts of first-degree felony murder in the killings of 12-year-old Shelia and 10-year-old Katherine Lyons. More at wmal.com.....

Mike Hydeck Leaving 9 - 9/12 - Channel 9/WUSA news anchor Mike Hydeck will be heading back to Hartford to anchor at WVIT-TV. It's a return to Connecticut for Hydeck, who worked at Hartford's WFSB-TV before joining WUSA. He's looking to make the move in October, we hear.....

Jim Vance Remembered At Cathedral - 9/12 - The National Cathedral in Washington is expected to be packed this morning for a public memorial service for Jim Vance (right), the long time Channel 4/WRC anchor who died from cancer in July at age 75. Vance worked at NBC-owned WRC for 48 years and was the lead anchor on their evening newscasts for 45 of those years. More at wbal.com. And more at wtop.com.....

Poet Taylor To PGC - 9/12 - DCRTV Hears that Poet Taylor, who has been a news segment at Channel 7/WJLA, will be doing middays on CBS Radio's urban contemporary WPGC, 95.5. She'll be handling the 10 AM to 3 PM weekday shift starting September 18.....

WTOP Picks Up Marconi - 9/12 - Hubbard all-newser WTOP picks up the National Association Of Broadcasters annual Marconi Award for "Marjor Market Station Of The Year" for its public service work.....

WBOC Owner Dies After Cycling Mishap - 9/8 - Thomas Draper, 76, who owned Salisbury's Channel 16/WBOC, died early Friday, September 8, from injuries he sustained in a Thursday morning collision with a truck on a two-lane Delaware road. Delaware State Police say that Draper of Milford was bicycling on Slaughter Beach Road near his home at about 7:30 AM September 7 when his bicycle was struck by a pickup truck driven by a 37-year-old Lewes man. Draper was taken to a local hospital and then flown to Shock Trauma in Baltimore. Police said drug and alcohol use do not appear to be a factor in the crash, and no charges had been filed as of Thursday afternoon. WBOC is the Eastern Shore's CBS-Fox affiliate. More at wbal.com. There's a tribute at wboc.com.....

Last Season For "Veep" - 9/7 - HBO's "Veep" will end after its seventh season next year, the premium network confirmed. The half-hour DC-set, formerly Baltimore area-filmed comedy starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Selina Meyer - a vice president, then president, then ex-president - has been showered with Emmy Awards and praise from critics. More at nytimes.com.....

WAMU Tops DC Radio Ratings For August - 9/6 - The Washington market radio ratings for the month of August. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WAMU, 2) WTOP, 3) WHUR, 4) WBIG, 5) WMMJ, 6) WIHT, 7) WPRS, 8) WASH, 9) WPGC, 10) WMZQ, 11) WMAL and WKYS and WJFK-FM, 14) WGTS, 15) WWDC, 16) WRQX, 17) WIAD, 18) WETA-FM, 19) WLZL, 20) WTEM, 21) WPFW and WDCN and WAVA-FM and WACA, 25) WFRE, 26) WFMD, 27) WDCH, 28) WILC and WAFY. Full-day, women age 25-54: 1) WAMU, 2) WTOP, 3) WIHT, 4) WASH, 5) WHUR, 6) WMMJ, 7) WKYS, 8) WPRS, 9) WGTS and WRQX, 11) WIAD, 12) WWDC and WPGC and WBIG, 15) WMZQ, 16) WLZL, 17) WMAL and WETA-FM, 19) WJFK-FM and WFMD, 21) WDCN, 22) WFRE and WDCH, 24) WBQH and WAVA-FM and WAFY, 27) WTEM and WPFW and WAVA. Stations in Baltimore, Hagerstown, Winchester, and Fredericksburg are not included in these listings.....

WWIN Tops Baltimore Radio Ratings For August - 9/6 - The Baltimore market radio ratings for the month of August. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WWIN-FM, 2) WPOC, 3) WERQ, 4) WLIF, 5) WQSR, 6) WIYY, 7) WJZ-FM, 8) WZBA, 9) WWMX, 10) WYPR, 12) WBAL-AM and WCBM, 14) WZFT, 15) WRBS-FM, 16) WBJC, 17) WEAA, 18) WCAO, 19) WJZ-AM and WLIFHD2, 21) WOLB and WRBS-AM, 23) WQLL and WWIN-AM. Only Baltimore market stations are included in this listing.....

Discovery To Stay In Silver Spring - 9/6 - From wtop.com: Discovery Communications will keep its headquarters in downtown Silver Spring, ending speculation that its planned $12 billion acquisition of Food Network owner Scripps Networks Interactive could lead to a relocation. Discovery will get a $625,000 loan from the Maryland Department Of Commerce and a $375,000 grant through Montgomery County's Economic Development Fund. The company plans to invest $10 million in its downtown Silver Spring headquarters, at One Discovery Place, and relocate 230 employees from its creative and technical center on Kennett Street to its main headquarters.Discovery has about 1,300 full-time employees in Maryland and 7,000 total worldwide.....

Politico Launches London Playbook - 9/5 - Arlington-nased Politico unveils its London Playbook, the third international power center to get a dedicated Playbook, joining the mutli-faceted global franchise. With Jack Blanchard, a veteran political reporter who comes to Politico from the Daily Mirror. "London Playbook will connect the most important players in politics, policy and business with each other in the British capital - and, at this historic moment for transatlantic relations, with their peers across the Atlantic in the US and the Channel in Europe," says Matt Kaminski, executive editor of Politico Europe.....

Balto Sun Owner Buys NY Daily News - 9/5 - Tronc, the publisher of the Baltimore Sun, the Los Angeles Times, and the Chicago Tribune, has acquired the New York Daily News. Tronc was formerly Tribune Publishing. More at nytimes.com.....

New Morning Show On 105.7 - 9/5 - From DCRTV's Tuesday Mailbag: "There's a 'NEW' morning show on [CBS sports talker] WJZ-FM 105.7 The Fan. No longer 'Norris and Long.' It's now 'Baltimore's Big Morning Show." Norris, Long, and the guy that two years ago wasn't worthy of a contract renewal, Jerry Coleman. Congratulations, Labrozzi. You've made the only show on your station that was worth listening to well, unlistenable. I get the impression that Ed isn't too happy. Just sitting back and not saying too much. Just like the GM at WBAL, it must be great to have a format that has no real competition. Just like WPOC. No competition equals automatic ratings, so you can put any garbage that you want on, and still get ratings. I think it’s time for me to head to Sirius/XM".....

Cayman Voices Fox & FS1 - 9/5 - If you've by chance been watching Fox and/or Fox Sports 1 and heard a voice that you think you recognized, it just may have been DC area voice great Cayman Kelly. He's been added to the roster of promo voices for Fox and FS1 and has recently voiced some promos for college football.....

New WJFK Deals For Dukes & Paulsen - 8/31 - DCRTV hears that Chad Dukes, who does afternoon drive, and Grant Paulsen, who does late mornings, have been re-signed to "multi-year" deals by CBS Radio sports talker WJFK, 106.7 The Fan. No other details. And, Craig Hoffman has been hired as WJFK's Redskins beat reporter. He's been working part time with WJFK and other CBS Radio stations in its DC cluster.....

Miri Marshall Joins 9 - 8/31 - In mid-August, DCRTV told you that weather anchor Miri Marshall was leaving Baltimore's Channel 11/WBAL. Now, we hear that she's joining DC's Channel 9/WUSA, where she'll be doing weather on the station's morning news. She starts September 3.....

Bill Kelly To Head 7's Weather Team - 8/29 - Bill Kelly (right) joins Channel 7/WJLA as the Sinclair-owned ABC affiliate's chief meteorologist, starting October 23rd. He comes from Sinclair's WSYX-TV and WTTE-TV in Columbus, Ohio. Kelly is recognized nationally for his popular "Weather On The Go" segments. Before his current gig in Ohio, he worked at TV stations in Sacramento, Phoenix, and Cincinnati.....

Ravens Vets To Radio Booth - 8/29 - Former Ravens players Dennis Pitta, Todd Heap, Justin Forsett, and Jarret Johnson will each join the broadcast team for four radio games of Baltimore Ravens football. Each will work a schedule of four games starting with Dennis Pitta when the Ravens open up the season at Cincinnati against the Bengals on September 10th. The former players will join the play-by-play team of Gerry Sandusky and Stan Whiteon 98 Rock, WIYY and news talker WBAL-AM, 1090. Pitta covers the first four games, Heap will be in the booth for games 5-8, Forsett games 9 through 12, and Johnson will close out the season with games 13 through 16. More at wbal.com.....

Newseum President Resigns - 8/29 - Jeffrey Herbst, president and chief executive of DC's Newseum, stepped down on Monday as the news gathering museum's board announced a full-blown review of its long-troubled finances. According to washingtonpost.com, the review could result in the sale of the landmark building on Pennsylvania Avenue. The Newseum will remain open while the financial review takes place, according to a statement from the Freedom Forum, the creator and primary benefactor of the Newseum.....

Sinclair Defends Tribune Acquisition - 8/29 - Baltimore-based Sinclair Broadcast Group fights back against critics of its acquisition of Chicago-based Tribune. The acquisition would make SBG owner of TV stations in more than 230 markets and 72% of the US, the largest in the US. Sinclair argues that the complaints against the deal are all from competitors like the cable and satellite TV industry and that it is one of the few proponents of free local over the air TV left. Sinclair has also been attacked for perceived conservative viewpoints in editorials on its stations. The deal would give Sinclair TV outlets in a batch of large markets where it doesn't currently have any, including New York City, Philadelphia, Chicago, and Los Angeles. It would also give it a second broadcast station in DC, Channel 50/WDCW, where it already owns Channel 7/WJLA. More at baltimoresun.com.....

NCRTV To Honor Arch Campbell - 8/28 - On September 23, the National Capital Radio & TV Museum will hold its Fourth Annual Fall Fundraiser & Gala. Come help them celebrate Arch Campbell's extraordinary broadcasting career. Tickets are available for purchase at ncrtv.org. Come visit the NCRTV Museum. Open from Friday thru Saturday with guided tours. For more information please visit ncrtv.org.....

Michael Scherer Joins WaPo - 8/28 - Michael Scherer joins the Washington Post as a national political reporter. He's been Time's Washington bureau chief since 2013, overseeing political coverage in the magazine and online. During his career, Scherer has also worked for Salon.com, Mother Jones, and the Columbia Journalism Review. More at washingtonpost.com.....

Andy Ockershausen Interviews DC Power Players - 8/27 - "Our Town," media veteran Andy Ockershausen's (right) podcast featuring DC area celebrities, including media, sports, community, and political figures. He just completed season two of the podcast, which features interviews with Arch Campbell, Chick Hernandez, Chris Plante, Larry Michael, Rick "Doc" Walker, Jim Vance, Tommy McFly, and more. To subscribe go to ourtowndc.com......

DCRTV Job Ad - 8/24 - The latest DCRTV Job Ad: "Producer/Board Operator Position for WQLL - WQLL, Q1370 has an opening for a part time producer/board operator. Experience is preferred. Interested persons should be able to monitor transmitters, operate an audio console, screen calls and edit audio. Must have reliable transportation. Please submit resumes to: WQLL, 1726 Reisterstown Road Suite 117, Baltimore, MD 21208 or email to  pat@wcbm.com. WQLL is an EOE"".....

Baker Voices Discovery Shows - 8/24 - DCRTV hears from DC and Baltimore area voice great Matt K. Baker who tells us that he's all over Discovery's nets with a new series called 'Nazi Desert Assault," which starts airing in July. As well as another series called "Incredible Inventions," and a bunch of promos, He's also doing radio imaging work at 96-5 in Norfolk in addition to doing commercials on Pandora Radio, among many other things. Check out Matt at mattspeaking.com.....

Burglary Knocks We Act Radio Off Air - 8/23 - A community radio station based in Southeast DC is off the air after its headquarters was burglarized, according to nbcwashington.com. We Act Radio in historic Anacostia was the victim of a break-in late Tuesday or early Wednesday, station representatives say. "Thousands of dollars' worth of valuable equipment, including a live streaming laptop, were stolen. The burglar also severely damaged the property, including smashing the radio studio window and taking the back door off its hinges," a GoFundMe page called Save We Act Radio says. This could be a "devastating blow" to the social justice-oriented radio station, which operates out of black-and-red storefront at 1918 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, SE, the page says, alongside a photo of broken glass. When on the air, the station can be heard at weactradio.com. Years ago, it was heard on an AM radio signal from Dumfries VA, WPWC at 1480.....

CSN To Be Rebranded With NBC Moniker - 8/23 - Bethesda-based Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic is getting rebranded as NBC Sports Washington, with the change scheduled to be completed by October. Comcast has been busy repbanding its CSN networks across the country with the moniker of NBC, which it owns. According to washingtonpost.com, the move doesn't affect the sports department at NBC-owned Channel 4/WRC.....

New Detroit Gig For Cayman Kelly - 8/23 - DCRTV hears that DC radio veteran and voice vet Cayman Kelly, who entered the Detroit market last year via 195.1 The Bounce, throwback and hip-hop formatted WMGC, has "bounced" over to that city's urban contemporary throwback outlet Mix 92.3, WMXD, as its new imaging voice.....

Jill Sorenson Leaving CSN - 8/22 - From Washington Capitals hockey news site RMNB: "Jill Sorenson (right) is one of the most respected and beloved hockey reporters in the area, but she will not be returning to Cmocast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic next season. According to multiple sources who asked not to be identified, Sorenson was let go by CSN Mid-Atlantic on Monday ahead of her multi-year contract expiring at the end of the year. Sorenson confirmed the news in a message, but had no comment on her departure".....

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