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Support DCRTV In 2018 - 1/16 - DCRTV has been here covering DC and Baltimore area radio, TV, and media news for 20 years, since 1997, thanks largely to your support. Please help keep DCRTV running into its third decade! Make at least a $10 donation at paypal.me/dcrtv or send a check made payable to "Dave Hughes" to Dave Hughes, 6200 Rolling Road #2442, Springfield VA 22152. Just ask us and we'll send you our 20th anniversary sticker! It's approximately 2 inches by 6 inches and would look great on any car or truck's bumper! Or on your fridge or a backpack. Or maybe at the base of your station's tower.....

John Irving Dies - 1/13 - DCRTV hears: "It is with sadness that I let you know of the passing of a great newsman and person, John Irving. He was a radio giant with [Donnie] Simpson and [Tony] Perkins at WKYS 93.9 in its heyday. Several of us news guys worked under him at Metro Networks in Silver Spring for years." DCRTV hears from Perkins: "John Irving's wife Holly called me last week with the sad news. Needless to say, it was awful to hear. I loved John very much, and during our time together at WKYS we became great friends. He was a good, good man. Smart, funny, just a great guy. Donnie, John and I shared many laughs together over the years. Donnie and I will be celebrating John when I rejoin Donnie on Majic 102.3 on Tuesday. He is going to be greatly missed." More as we hear it.....

WYRE To Go Dark - 1/12 - From DCRTV's Friday Mailbag: "RIP WYRE AM 810, the little daytimer's from Annapolis. The AM station has requested remain silent authority. The application is sparse with details, but it looks like their landlord for the tower site off Spa Creek is evicting them or selling the land or both as they acknowledge a dispute with the landlord. That rarely ends well for a small radio station".....

WASH Tops DC Radio Ratings - 1/11 - With Christmas tunes, WASH tops the Washington market radio ratings for the "second week" of the Holiday period, actually December 14-20. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WASH, 2) WTOP, 3) WAMU, 4) WHUR, 5) WMMJ, 6) WBIG, 7) WMAL, 8) WPGC, 9) WIHT, 10) WKYS, 11) WPRS and WMZQ and WRQX, 14) WIAD, 15) WGTS, 16) WWDC, 17) WETA-FM, 18) WJFK-FM, 19) WLZL, 20) WTEM, 21) WFRE, 22) WPFW and WAVA-FM, 24) WFMD and WAFY, 26) WOL and WDCN and WDCH.....

WaPo Suspends Achenbach - 1/11 - Washington Post reporter Joel Achenbach was suspended for "inappropriate workplace conduct" with current and prior female coworkers. Achenbach will be suspended for 90 days without pay, effective immediately. According to the Post, that's the most severe punishment the organization has issued recently for violations of workplace or journalistic standards. The paper did not elaborate on what kind misconduct Achenbach engaged in, but noted that an investigation had been conducted for two months about his behavior. More at washingtonexaminer.com.....

Fox Wants To Buy Some Sinclair Stations - 1/11 - Fox is looking to finalize a deal to buy about 10 television stations from Sinclair Broadcast Group. The Baltimore-based TV owner is selling the stations to win regulatory approval for its deal to buy Tribune Media. The stations being sold will include some in important National Football League markets, such as Seattle and Denver. The sale will help Fox monetize its NFL rights better. Even though Sinclair owns Baltimore's Fox affiliate, Channel 45/WBFF, and the city is a major NFL market, the local outlet has not been mentioned as part of the deal. More at nypost.com.....

Damon Phillips To NBC Sports Washington - 1/9 - Damon Phillips joins NBC Sports Washington, formerly Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, as general manager, replacing Rebecca Schulte, who announced her resignation in September. Phillips spent 10 years at ESPN overseeing streaming services ESPN3 and WatchESPN. Most recently, he was vice president of ESPN's Technical Product Management department. More at bizjournals.com.....

Discovery To Leave Silver Spring For NYC - 1/9 - Discovery Communications, which helped lead the revitalization of downtown Silver Spring, is leaving Montgomery County, selling its headquarters and moving to New York City, according to a memo Discovery President/Chief Executive David Zaslav sent to staff. It's anticipated that Discovery, which owns the TV channels Animal Planet, TLC, Investigation Discovery, and OWN, will leave its One Discovery Place headquarters building in Silver Spring in 2019. It opened its headquarters in Montgomery County in 2003. Discovery Communications, which employs about 1,300 people full-time locally, recently agreed to acquire Knoxville, Tennessee-based Food Network and HGTV owner Scripps Networks Interactive for $12 billion last July, a deal that is expected to close in early 2018. More at wtop.com.....

InsideNova.com Sold - 1/5 - DCRTV hears that Rappahannock Media has bought Northern Virginia local news site InsideNoVa.com, two of its affiliated community newspapers, and the rights to publish two military base newspapers from Northern Virginia Media Services. More soon.....

Arlington Wants To Keep WETA - 1/5 - From wtop.com: Public television and radio station WETA, which has been actively looking throughout the DC area for a new location for its studio and headquarters, has signed a letter of intent with Arlington County that would keep WETA in Shirlington in exchange for county incentives. If ultimately executed, the deal would allow the county to buy WETA's current studio location at 3620 27th South Street for as much as $8 million for the future expansion of Jennie Dean Park in Four Mile Run Valley. WETA's current headquarters is at 3939 Campbell Avenue in Shirlington Village. Under the terms, WETA will begin design and construction feasibility studies for relocating the studio next to its current headquarters. The letter of intent does not guarantee WETA will stay in Shirlington. If the WETA board of trustees approves the plan, WETA would move forward with selling the studio location to the county within the next two years. The county would make urban design improvements up to $500,000 in the area near the WETA headquarters and would provide WETA with an Economic Development Incentive performance-based grant of up to $150,000 a year for a predetermined period based on job growth and square footage targets. WETA has been based in Arlington since 1961.....

New Digs For Sun - 1/5 - From DCRTV's Friday Mailbag: "After 68 years, The Baltimore Sun is moving from its longtime Calvert Street headquarters that it has been located at since 1950 to Sun Park in Port Covington, the location of its printing plant since the 1990s. Tribune sold the Calvert Street property just before announcing it was selling the company to Sinclair Broadcasting, giving the Sun time to make plans on a move. The newspaper and the property are not owned by the same company. The Sun is owned by a Tribune spinoff of its newspapers called Tronc. The Sun's Port Covington location is owned by Kevin Plank's Sagamore Development and The Sun has a long-term lease for the property. It's unclear what plans the current owner of the Calvert Street property has for it. -- BaltoMedia.net".....

WTOP Stays Atop DC Radio Ratings - 1/4 - The Washington market radio ratings for the first week of the Holiday period, actually December 7 thru 13. Full-week, age 6+: 1) WTOP, 2) WASH, 3) WAMU, 4) WHUR, 5) WMMJ, 6) WBIG, 7) WMAL, 8) WPGC and WKYS, 10) WIHT, 11) WIAD, 12) WMZQ and WGTS and WETA-FM, 15) WPRS and WRQX, 17) WWDC, 18) WJFK-FM, 19) WLZL, 20) WTEM, 21) WFRE, 22) WPFW and WDCN and WAVA-FM, 25) WFMD, 26) WOL and WILC and WDCH and WAFY and WBQH and WACA.....

Toby Knapp Joins "Backtrax USA" - 1/4 - "Backtrax USA With Kid Kelly," a 1980s and 1990s pop music show heard across North America and on radio stations around the world, announced IHeartRadio's Toby Knapp has joined the show's team as a 1990s music curator and fill-in host for both the 1980s and 1990s versions of the show. Knapp, who also just recently joined the morning show at iHeart's adult contemporary WASH after 11 years as afternoon driver across the hall at contemporary hit WIAD, Hot 99.5. "Backtrax USA" is a two-hour weekly radio program hosted by Kelly. The Westwood One distributed show premiered in December 1992 and is currently heard on WASH.....

DCRTV's BW 2017 - 1/4 - The polls have closed. Thanks for your 2017 nominations for the best and worst of DC and Baltimore area media, including radio, TV, print, and online. Check out the 2017 lists here and get busy lining up your nominations for 2018. Happy New Year.....

Maryland News Network Adds Traffic With "Detour Dave" - 1/4 - The Maryland News Network produces and provides state and regional news hourly, sports, statewide business news, farming and agriculture news, and political news to affiliates across Maryland. And they just launched traffic services with "Detour" Dave Sandler providing customized reports during AM and PM drive for affiliate stations in all Maryland counties. The Maryland News Network is among 30 state news networks around the USA providing content to stations, helping their affiliates serve their communities with content delivered by major market talent. Stations can become an affiliate at no charge. Terms are 100% barter. Content is delivered seamlessly via your station's automation system. And Maryland News Network offers several feed versions to fit any format. More at mdnewsnetwork.net.....

DJ 5'9 Joins KYS Morning Show - 1/3 - Radio One's urban contemporary WKYS, 93.9, welcomes "DJ 5'9" Davis as the new addition to its "The FAM In The Morning" show. Hailing from Orange NJ, DJ 5'9 began honing his craft while attending Virginia State University. His DJ career advanced when he became the official tour DJ for DC rap artist Wale. Since then, he's become one of the DMV's most sought after DJs, according to WKYS. He's spun for brands like Nike, The Museum, DTLR, Adidas, Under Armor, and BET.....

WTOP Drops CBS News For ABC - 1/3 - From Inside Radio: Hubbard all-newser WTOP has dropped CBS News Radio in favor of affiliating with ABC Radio News, effective January 1. The switch ends a decades-long partnership between CBS and the nation's top-billing radio station. Top-of-the-hour newscasts on the influential outlet will now be provided by ABC News Radio. WTOP will also carry updates at the bottom of the hour and will be heavy users of the network’s crisis coverage, along with "ABC Newscall" and correspondent two-ways, according to the network. The station will use the ABC News Digital service for its website. The change stems from a business decision, according to Paul Farhi, who covers the news media for the Washington Post. "ABC took fewer ad slots than CBS, giving WTOP more time to sell its ads," Farhi wrote in a post on Twitter. Inside Radio adds that WTOP isn't the only new affiliate ABC rang in the New Year with. The network also added iHeart's news talk WBZ Boston, Cox's news talk WSB-AM Atlnta, and Entercom news talk WRVA Richmond.....

Chris Plante Adds Chicago - 1/2 - Chris Plante, the late morning righty talker on Cumulus news talker WMAL, has been added to the line-up of the company's Chicago news talker, WLS-AM. By the way, that's Plante's hometown.....

Simpson Subs For Joyner - 1/2 - From DCRTV's Tuesday Mailbag: "So Donnie Simpson is sitting in today for Tom Joyner on the nationally syndicated 'Tom Joyner Morning Show,' and says he will be back tomorrow. Tom has been on Christmas vacation for the past two weeks, but it's interesting that Donnie has not said he is sitting in for Tom while he continues his vacation. He just says that he is sitting in for Tom and will be back again tomorrow... Hmmmm....." Simpson is heard afternoons on WMMJ. Joyner is heard mornings on WOL.....

WHUR Seeks Sales Director - 1/2 - The latest DCRTV Job Ad: "Director of Sales (WHUR-FM) - WHUR is looking for a dynamic, creative, self-starter and a go-getter to lead the WHUR Sales Department as Director of Sales. This position’s primary objective is to provide guidance and direction to the WHUR Sales Department, ensuring that the division functions in an effective and efficient manner, meeting quotas set forth by the General Manager. The DOS coordinates sales distribution by establishing sales territories, quotas, goals and by establishing training programs for sales representatives. The candidate should possess superior customer service, team building and business acumen. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: Develop and execute sales strategies to exceed revenue targets in Digital, National, NTR and Local Sales. Oversee, manage and recruit top talent for Digital, Regional and Local sales teams to meet revenue goals. Plan and direct staffing, training, and conduct performance evaluations to ensure that department is meeting expectations of management. Implement sales activities that generate new business and deepen existing relationships. Hold Sales staff accountable for performance and achieving designated Sales goals; meet with staff regularly to determine pacing and forecasting. Determine price schedules for all Howard University Radio Network stations. Monitor local and national market conditions and trends in the Advertising sector. Review operational records and reports to project sales and determine profitability. Monitor customer preferences to determine focus of sales efforts. Prepare department budget and approve budget expenditures. Manage inventory and ensure efficiency of Traffic Department. Resolve customer complaints regarding Sales and Service. Performs other duties as assigned. CORE COMPETENCIES: Knowledge of the principles and methods for showing, promoting, and selling products or services. This includes marketing strategy and tactics, product demonstration, sales techniques, and sales control systems. Excellent leadership, organizational, presentation and negotiation skills. Knowledge of the digital media landscape, competition offerings and ability to research and implement new products to meet the evolving needs of clients. Principles and processes for providing customer and personal services. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction. Knowledge of business and procedures for personnel recruitment, selection, training, compensation and benefits, labor relations and negotiation, and personnel information systems. Knowledge of economic and accounting principles and practices, the financial markets, banking and the analysis and reporting of financial data. Knowledge of human behavior and performance; individual differences in ability, personality, and interests; learning and motivation. Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and the measurement of training effects. Ability to establish and maintain effective and harmonious work relations with students, faculty, staff, University officials and the general public. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree and/or 6-8 years of relevant experience. Apply today at hr.howard.edu or contact Deputy General Manager, Sean Plater at splater@whur.com".....

William Graham Dies - 12/26 - William Graham, one of the heirs to the Washington Post-Graham fortune and son to Post publishers Phil and Katharine Graham, has died by suicide, like his father. The 69-year-old lawyer died December 20 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to his older brother, Donald. His sister, Lally Weymouth, also posted about his death. More at tmz.com.....

DC City Paper Sold To Mark Ein - 12/22 - The Washington City Paper has been sold to businessman and Washington Kastles owner Mark Ein. More at washingtonpost.com.....

Carol Maloney Leaves 4 - 12/21 - Sports reporter and anchor Carol Maloney is leaving Channel 4/WRC. Tonight is her last broadcast. After six years at the NBC-owned station, she doesn't have a new gig lined up yet. More at washingtonpost.com.....

XMAS Sends WASH To Top - 12/20 - The Washington market radio ratings for the "third week" of December. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WASH, 2) WTOP and WAMU, 4) WHUR, 5) WMMJ, 6) WBIG, 7) WIHT, 8) WPGC and WMAL and WGTS, 11) WKYS, 12) WWDC, 13) WMZQ, 14) WRQX, 15) WETA-FM and WIAD, 17) WPRS and WLZL, 19) WJFK-FM, 20) WTEM, 21) WDCN, 22) WFRE, 23) WPFW and WAVA-FM, 25) WOL and WFMD and WBQH and WACA, 29) WILC and WDCH and WAFY.....

Martin DiCaro Leaves WAMU - 12/20 - DCRTV hears that reporter Martin DiCaro is leaving American University news talker WAMU, 88.5. He posts on social media that he's given two weeks notice and looking for a "fresh start" in 2018. More as we hear it.....

Derek Hunter Leaves WBAL Radio - 12/20 - DCRTV hears that show host Derek Hunter is leaving Hearst news talker WBAL-AM, 1090. More as we hear it.....

Mike Moss Out At WTOP - 12/20 - Updated. DCRTV hears that longtime morning news anchor Mike Moss is out at Hubbard all-newser WTOP. An employee in the "Glass Enclosed Nerve Center" tells us: "The newsroom was shocked to learn Tuesday afternoon of Mike's departure. The e-mail announcing his leaving pointed out that WTOP had a 4 share when he arrived in 1996 and he leaves the station holding a 10 share." Also, we hear: "Based on the praise in the [staff] e-mail [announcing Moss's departure]... it would seem his contract wasn't renewed." More as we hear it.....

City Paper Slashes Salaries - 12/19 - From Washingtonian: "Employees of Washington City Paper were told Monday that their salaries will be reduced 40% starting January 1 as SouthComm, the company that owns the alt-weekly newspaper, continues to look for a buyer to take over the 36-year-old publication... The move is likely to drop most editorial salaries at City Paper below $30,000 per year, which a source described as an 'unlivable' figure. And it's guaranteed to destroy morale even more inside the paper, which has been up for sale since October. One potential buyer, conservative political commentator Armstrong Williams, announced last week he will not be acquiring the publication".....

Reed Hessler Leaves WBJC - 12/19 - Reed Hessler says he's hanging up the old headphones at Baltimore classical poutlet WBJC, 91.5. "As of Monday, December 18th, I am no longer a classical music host on WBJC. After thirty-nine years and thirteen days, I am retiring," he writes at wbjc.com. "My last live broadcast was the Friday night request show on December 15th, followed by my pre-recorded Sunday afternoon show on December 17th." He adds, "When I arrived at WBJC in December of 1978, the station had just increased its power to 50,000 watts. At the time, WBJC had a diverse format, including jazz, Broadway shows, old time radio, and NPR news. But the classical music format was expanding, due to its popularity during fundraisers. Moreover, the two Baltimore classical music stations, WBAL-FM and WCAO-FM, had changed their formats. Baltimore Mayor WIlliam Donald Schaefer held a public ceremony, in which the WCAO-FM tapes, music with recorded announcements, that had been replayed with no variation, were handed over to WBJC, the radio station owned by the Community College of Baltimore".....

Perkins To Join Simpson On MMJ - 12/18 - From DCRTV's Monday Mailbag: "Fox 5's Tony Perkins just announced on air that he's teaming up with Donnie Simpson on his [WMMJ] radio show. He's leaving the evening anchor desk but said will still contribute to [WTTG] Fox 5 and be on air Friday and Saturday mornings." More: The Simpson-Perkins pairing starts January 16 via Simpson's afternoon show on Radio One's adult urban contemporary WMMJ, 102.3 and 92.7. Perkins was partnered with Simpson on urban contemporary WKYS, 93.9, from 1985 to 1992. Says Perkins, "Getting back together with Donnie is literally a dream come true. We've talked about the possibility many times over the years, but the timing was just never right. But every time I've joined Donnie on the air during these recent years, we've always had a blast. Even more importantly, my son is growing up fast and as it stands now, I don't get home before midnight. I missed a lot of dinners, homework and ball games. This move allows me to continue to anchor at Fox, join Donnie on the radio and be part of my son's school and activities. I couldn’t be more blessed".....

FCC Hits Sinclair With $13.3M Fine - 12/18 - The Federal Communications Commission plans to fine Baltimore-based Sinclair Broadcasting $13.3 million after it failed to properly disclose that paid programming that aired on local TV stations was sponsored by a cancer institute. Reuters. Locally, Sinclair owns Channel 7/WJLA and Channel 45/WBFF.....

O'Meara Chats With Kinison's Brother - 12/15 - "The Mike O'Meara Show" just did an interview with the brother of late comic Sam Kinison's brother and manager. Bill Kinison revealed never disclosed details about Sam's comedy, his demons, his life, and his death. The interview can be found at mikeomearashow.com.....

DOJ To OK Sinclair-Tribune Marriage - 12/14 - The Justice Department has signaled that it is willing to approve Baltimore-based Sinclair Broadcast Group's takeover of Chicago-based Tribune Media but with a condition - it wants the companies to sell off roughly a dozen television stations. Sinclair announced the deal to acquire Tribune in May, agreeing to pay about $3.9 billion and assume another $2.7 billion in debt. Sinclair owns 173 TV broadcast stations, mostly in midsize and smaller markets. Tribune holds 42 stations, including some in top markets like Los Angeles, New York City, and Chicago, giving Sinclair the ability to expand its geographic footprint, including in larger urban areas. Locally, Sinclair owns DC's Channel 7/WJLA and Baltimore's Channel 45/WBFF. Tribune owns Channel 50/WDCW. More at wsj.com.....

Redskins Not Top-Rated In DC Market - 12/13 - Last weekend, the Redskins were not the top-rated NFL game in Washington market. TV games with the Cowboys, Giants, and Ravens attracted more local viewers. More at washingtonpost.com.....

Elizabethany To Afternoons At 99.5 - 12/13 - Elizabethany has been named afternoon drive host and assistant program director iHeart's contemporary hit Hot 99.5, WIHT. She replaces Toby Knapp, who recently moved down the hall to do mornings at adult contemporary WASH, 97.1.....

WTOP Tops DC Radio Ratings Again - 12/13 - The Washington market radio ratings for the "second week" of December. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WTOP, 2) WAMU, 3) WHUR, 4) WASH, 5) WMMJ, 6) WBIG, 7) WIHT, 8) WMAL, 9) WPGC and WGTS, 11) WKYS, 12) WPRS and WMZQ and WIAD, 15) WWDC, 16) WRQX, 17) WLZL and WETA-FM, 19) WTEM, 20) WJFK-FM, 21) WFRE, 22) WPFW, 23) WAVA-FM and WDCN and WACA, 26) WOL and WFMD.....

Tom Sherwood Leaving 4 - 12/13 - Channel 4/WRC reporter Mark Segraves reveals on his Facebook page: "My mentor, colleague, competitor, and most important my good friend Tom Sherwood (right) is leaving NBC Washington [WRC] at the end of 2017. He'll continue to contribute to WAMU 88.5 - American University Radio. Tom has helped me in life and career and has done the same for countless other younger journalists. His greatness far exceeds his work as a reporter. I recall standing next to him as Tom kicked in a door in City Hall and I was by his side chasing Mayor Williams to the elevator the night the DC Council voted no on baseball." Sherwood is the longtime local DC area politics reporter for WRC.....

New Owner For WQAW - 12/13 - BaltoMedia.net tells us that Baltimore & DC's Azteca America network TV station, Channel 69/WQAW (RF channel 20), has been sold from current ownership to the network, Azteca America's parent company. The Spanish language TV station broadcasts from the Channel 22/WMPT tower in Crownsville, near Annapolis. While the network is on most cable systems, its signal has been very low power, but there is a construction permit that will allow it to better reach DC and Baltimore with a transmitter near the top of the over 900-foot tower.....

2018 Tower Site Calendar - 12/12 - The mailman brought me my 2018 Tower Site Calendar from Fybush Media. Check it out and order yours at fybush.com. Makes a great Christmas gift for the broadcast engineer or radio/TV enthusiast in your life.....


ESPN 980 To Air NCAA Tournament - 12/9 - Red Zebra Broadcasting announces that Westwood One's play-by-play coverage of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament will be featured on ESPN 980, WTEM, in 2018. ESPN 980 will broadcast game action from the First Four to the Final Four and National Championship.....

Chuck Rich Dies - 12/9 - From DCRTV's Saturday Mailbag: "DC broadcast veteran Chuck Rich passed away suddenly Friday afternoon. No further details right now. Chuck reported entertainment news for years for Westwood One Radio, on its 'America In The Morning,' 'America This Week," and "First Light" programs. He was also a writer and producer for WTOP Radio and then co-owned TV-9, and wrote humorous articles for Washingtonian Magazine. His wife, Rita, also worked many years for Westwood One. I'm sure others will add more details later".....

O'Meara Interviews O'Reilly - 12/7 - "The Mike O'Meara Show" interviewed former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly on the Thursday show, December 7. O'Reilly discussed the firing of Matt Lauer and the current wave of sexual harassment accusations in the media. The episode can be found here.....

Robert Asman Dies - 12/6 - Robert Asman, who rose from NBC page to a producer for Washington-based newsman David Brinkley, and in between produced some of the most iconic TV news reports of the 1960s and 1970s, died December 1 at his home in Chevy Chase. He was 91 and was the father of Fox News anchor David Asman. More at TVNewser.....

Craig Melvin Eyed For "Today" Gig - 12/6 - The Daily Mail reports that former Channel 4/WRC news anchor Craig Melvin (right) is short-listed to be Matt Lauer's replacement on NBC's "Today Show." He currently works for NBC and MSNBC in New York City.....

WTOP Tops DC Radio Ratings Again - 12/6 - The Washington market radio ratings for the "first week" of December. Full-week, age 6+: 1) WTOP, 2) WAMU, 3) WHUR, 4) WMMJ, 5) WMAL, 6) WBIG, 7) WASH, 8) WPRS, 9) WIHT, 10) WPGC, 11) WMZQ, 12) WKYS, 13) WWDC and WGTS, 15) WRQX, 16) WJFK-FM and WIAD, 18) WLZL and WTEM, 20) WETA-FM, 21) WFRE, 22) WACA, 23) WAVA-FM, 24) WFMD, 25) WDCN, 26) WDCH and WBQH, 28) WOL and WAFY, 31) WPFW. Stations in Baltimore, Hagerstown, Winchester, and Fredericksburg are not included in this listing.....

Potomac Local To Start Charging - 12/6 - Potomac Local, which covers local news for Prince William and Stafford counties, will start charging a $1.50 per week subscription fee starting in January. More at potomaclocal.com.....

ZGS Sells Telemundo Stations To NBC - 12/5 - DCRTV hears: ZGS is selling all 10 of its Telemundo stations to NBC for $75 million, including WZDC in DC and WZTD in Richmond. WZDC will enter into a channel sharing agreement with NBC's WRC. More at fcc.gov.....

Khalia Canty Joins WKYS - 12/4 - Khalia "Little Bacon Bear" Canty (right) will be the new evening show host on Radio One's urban contemporary WKYS, 93.9. Since moving to the DC area from Kansas in 2012, she's DJed for brands like Essence and BET. According to a WKYS announcement, "As one of radio's freshest faces, she wants to use her platform to promote the continued significance of terrestrial radio in the eyes of artists, DJs, and listeners, while being an example of a successful woman in media".....

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