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Johnny Holliday Heads To 4 - 3/21 - At 81, DC sports media veteran Johnny Holliday proves there is life after MASN's "Nats Xtra." Channel 4/WRC has hired the veteran sportscaster as a "contributor" who joins the NBC 4 sports team from their Nebraska Avenue, northwest DC studios. Holliday remains "the voice" of Maryland football and basketball since 1979, including coverage for the Terps' NCAA "March Madness" bid. More at washingtonpost.com.....

C-SPAN Turns 40 - 3/21 - DC-based C-SPAN celebrates it's 40th anniversary in March with founder Brian Lamb still at the helm and active with his Sunday "Q&A" and Howard Mortman as communications director for nearly a decade. Thought to have helped launch the political careers of many, from Newt Gingrich to Al Gore, C-SPAN now sports three channels, is a regular on "Saturday Night Live," and is said to be the best political & public affairs coverage in the nation. More at wtop.com.....

NCRTV Museum To Honor Rob Bamberger At Spring Gala - 3/21 - The National Capital Radio & Television Museum hosts its fifth annual Spring Fundraiser & Gala to be held Saturday, March 23, from 6 PM to 10 PM at the National Electronics Museum in Linthicum Heights MD. The evening will include private museum tours, live jazz, dinner and a silent auction to help raise funds for the museum’s educational programming. The main event of the evening will be to celebrate the career of Mr. Rob Bamberger, producer and host of WAMU's "Hot Jazz Saturday Night," for his lifelong contributions to broadcasting with the Ed Walker Lifetime Achievement In Broadcasting Award. For 38 years, from 1980 until 2018, Rob entertained thousands and enjoyed having the opportunity to engage listeners with in-depth profiles of jazz greats. Beginning in 2006, "Hot Jazz Saturday Night" was carried over the radio, satellite and cable affiliates of NPR Worldwide, giving him the distinction of having the only non-syndicated, locally-produced public radio program to be part of NPR’s international distribution. This annual award is named in honor of Ed Walker whose lifetime accomplishments earned him a spot in the Radio Hall of Fame in 2009.  He was a founding member of the National Capital Radio and Television Museum serving as both board member and board president. Walker was the first recipient of the NCRTV Museum's Lifetime Achievement In Broadcasting Award.  Six weeks after Ed Walker died in 2015, the board of the NCRTV Museum voted to name the award in his honor. Tickets to the gala event are available at ncrtv.org, search gala, via phone at 301-390-1020 or by e-mailing the museum at info@ncrtv.org.....

22 Big Years: Support DCRTV & Get A Sticker - 3/21 - DCRTV started in 1997 and we're entering our 22nd year of service to you, the DC-Baltimore area media lover. Yup, DCRTV has been here covering DC and Baltimore area radio, TV, and media news for more than two decades thanks largely to your support. Please help keep DCRTV running into its third decade! Make at least a $5 donation 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. Send your donation via PayPal at paypal.me/dcrtv or send cash or a check made payable to "Dave Hughes" to Dave Hughes, 6200 Rolling Road #2442, Springfield VA 22152.....

John Harter Dies - 3/19 - John Harter, a journalist for Channel 7/WJLA, who anchored morning and evening news broadcasts, reported from Capitol Hill, and conducted man-on-the-street interviews, died February 17 at his home in Washington. He was 79. The cause was heart ailments. More at washingtonpost.com.....

Caps Extend Deals With WJFK & WFED - 3/17 - The Washington Capitals have extended their partnership with Entercom and Hubbard through the 2020-21 NHL season. As part of the extension, Entercom sports talker WJFK-FM, 106.7 The Fan, will continue to serve as the flagship station for the Capitals, carrying all Capitals games plus pre- and postgame shows on one of the region's strongest radio signals. In addition, many games will continue to be heard on Hubbard talker WFED, 1500 AM. More at nhl.com/capitals.....

DCRTV Dave Checks Out Peabody Collection - 3/16 - Join me as I explore the Peabody Awards Collection Gallery at the University Of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. Featuring the best of American electronic, mainly radio and TV, journalism and entertainment. March 2019....


Meg Stevens To Atlanta - 3/15 - iHeartMedia names Meg Stevens senior vice president of programming for its Atlanta radio cluster. Her career includes a stop in the DC-Baltimore area, where she oversaw programming and operations at iHeart country outlets WMZQ and WPOC.....

Dave Sandler Dies - 3/15 - From wmar2news.com: Former WBAL radio and 98 Rock traffic reporter Dave Sandler, 58, died March 15 after battling a long illness. Sandler, known to listeners as "Detour Dave," started working at news talk WBAL-AM and 98 Rock, WIYY, in 1986. He delivered traffic updates to the Baltimore metro area for 30 years. He was also a professional disc jockey at weddings, Bar-Mitzvahs, and reunions. Sandler had undergone a number of health problems over the years. More at wbaltv.com.....

Dan Gaffney Suffers Heart Attack - 3/14 - DCRTV hears: Following a week's absence on the air at Delaware 105.9, news talker WXDE in Rehoboth Beach, weekday morning host Dan Gaffney explained the reason for his unannounced time off. Gaffney fills in Saturday evenings at Philadelphia news talker WPHT, 1210. While driving home from his evening gig there March 2, he began to feel pain in his chest, neck, and arms. He continued to drive himself to the Milford, Delaware hospital where he was admitted with a heart attack. The following day a stent was placed to relieve the blockage. During his March 11 announcement upon his return to the airwaves, Gaffney opined, since this episode, he has never felt better in his life.....

4's Joe Krebs Battles Cancer - 3/12 - Longtime Channel 4/WRC reporter Joe Krebs is battling pancreatic cancer. More at nbcwashington.com.....

Season 4 "Our Town": Andy Ockershausen Interviews Local DC Area Players - 3/11 - "Our Town," media veteran Andy Ockershausen's (right) podcast featuring DC area celebrities, including media, sports, community, and political figures continues with its fourth big season! With new interviews released every Tuesday and Thursday. The latest: Peter Abrahams, from the Washington Business Journal, and Tyler Balderson, a tree expert. More at ourtowndc.com......

Gray To Buy Charlottesville's 29 - 3/4 - Charlottesville TV news. After starting local CBS affiliate CBS 19 some 15 years ago, Gray Television is selling the station to buy its competitor. Gray has announced that it is buying NBC 29, also known as WVIR-TV, and selling CBS 19, formerly known as the Newsplex, to Virginia-based Lockwood Broadcasting. More at dailyprogress.com.....

Robb Spewak Seen On HBO - 3/4 - Mike O'Meara show co-host Robb Spewak made his TV acting debut this week on the HBO series "Crashing." Spewak played "Lester the deejay," who interviews the show's star Pete Holmes, on the episode "The Christian Tour," which premiered on Sunday. March 3rd. "The Mike O'Meara Show" can be found at www.mikeomearashow.com.....

MASN Makes Orioles Changes - 3/1 - According to Baltomedia.net, here are the MASN broadcast changes for the Orioles in 2019. With the retirement of Joe Angel, the Orioles have announced their radio broadcast team for this season. Returning on the radio on 105.7 The Fan is Jim Hunter doing most of the play by play, along with Kevin Brown from ESPN aided former Orioles Mike Bordick, Ben McDonald, Brian Roberts, Dave Johnson and Gregg Olson as analysts. On the MASN TV side, Gary Thorne is back along with Jim Palmer and Jim Hunter filling in for 40 games. Bordick, McDonald, and Roberts also will be rotating through the MASN broadcast booth as analysts. The Orioles will also now have a sideline reporter, Sara Perlman. "O's Xtra" pre= and postgame shows will also see a change. Tom Davis will still be back Mondays-Thursdays, but on the weekends the shows will be hosted by 105.7 The Fan's Rob Long. Rick Dempsey will continue on the show. The Orioles Radio Network for 2019 has yet to be released, but the first broadcast is scheduled for March 1. More at masnsports.com.....

Urban One Promotes Kashon Powell - 3/1 - Urban One names Kashon Powell as vice president of programming for its DC, Baltimore, and Philadelphia radio clusters. In DC, she will oversee WKYS, WMMJ, WPRS, WOL, WYCB, and WTEM. For the past two years, she had been operations maneger for Urban One's DC cluster, a job she will continue to hold.....

Mitch Jacob To Nashville - 2/27 - Former Channel 7/WJLA news director, Mitch Jacob, is the new news director at Meredith-owned WSMV-TV in Nashville. This is a return to Meredith for Jacob. Before working at Sinclair's WJLA, he'd worked at Meredith's TV stations in numerous markets. More at constantcontact.com.....

Jason Kidd To Mornings At 94.7 - 2/19 - As DCRTV has been hinting, Jason Kidd has been named morning personality at Entercom's WIAD. 94.7 The Drive. Starting today, February 19. Kidd comes from Cumulus's hot sdult contemporaty WRQX, Mix 107.3, where his afternoon stint ended at the end of January. WRQX was recently purchased by EMF and will soon flip to Christian contemporary. Kidd is a DC-Baltimore radio vet, having worked at WPGC, WQSR, and WWMX, among other local outlets.....

Rumorama: Jason Kidd Or Jack Diamond To Do Mornings At The Drive - 2/15 - It looks like either of two veteran Mix 107.3, WRQXers - Jason Kidd and Jack Diamond - are candidates to be the new morning show talent at Entercom's classic rock WIAD, 94.7 The Drive. Kidd recently announced that he was leaving the Cumulus-owned hot adult contemporary station's afternoon slot before the news broke Wednesday that 107.3 will flip to K-Love Christian contemporary with its sale to EMF. Diamond is still doing mornings at WRQX, but won't be after the format flip, which is due this spring. More soon.....

Rumorama: WTOP Looking To Buy WMAL? - 2/14 - Some interesting rumors from yesterday's big news that EMF, which runs the Christian contemporary K-Love format, is buying Cumulus hot adult contemporary outlet WRQX, Mix 107.3. Including: With Cumulus down to just one station in its DC radio cluster, might news talker WMAL also be up for sale? Who might want it? All-news WTOP owner Hubbard? Stay tuned.....

WRQX Sold, To Flip To Christian Contemporary - 2/13 - Goodbye hot adult contemporary tunes on Mix 107.3, WRQX. It's owner, Cumulus, has done a big deal with Educational Media Foundation, which runs the Christian contemporaty K-Love format, to sell several major stations around the country, including WRQX, for $103.5 million. EMF will acquire WRQX along with Cumulus stations in NYC, Atlanta, San Jose, Savannah, and Syracuse. The deal will move WRQX into direct competion with longtime DC area Christian contemporary outlet WGTS, 91.9. More at radioinsight.com.....

Bill Elliott Rolls Out 3DSJ Radio Network - 2/9 - Broadcasting consultant Bill Elliott is rolling out his 3DSJ Radio Network over the summer months. The network features 100% music requested by the audience 24 hours a day. Affiliated stations have many options to carry the network on an all-day basis, segmented day-part or hourly basis and plans range from paid to barter. The network will provide automation equipment to stations desiring local commercial and content insertion. A 24 hour demo is available on the network website 3dsj.com. Bill is a former chief engineer at Red Zebra.....

Warner Wolf Arrested For Defacing Sign - 2/9 - Sports broadcasting legend Warner Wolf, who worked at DC's Channel 9 in the 1970s, was arrested in Florida after officials say he ripped the word, "Plantation," off a sign at a private community. According to TMZ, Wolf lives in a gated community called "Classics Plantation Estates" in Naples but he thinks the word, "plantation," is offensive and wanted it removed. ccording to the police report, Wolf had lobbied the homeowners association to drop it for months - but on November 30, the 81-year-old finally took matters into his own hands. Cops say Warner drove to the main community sign and used a tool to remove the word himself. TMZ adds that officials say they have video showing Wolf defacing the sign - and after a lengthy investigation, he finally surrendered to police on Febrary 7.....

Dude Walker Update - 2/7 - DCRTV hears from DC and Baltimore voice legend Dude Walker. He's updates his website at dudewalker.com. It now works with tablets and phones too. With the mid-term election season is going strong Dude's been voicing spots for Senator Claire McCaskill in Missouri and Gavin Newsome in California. Also, he just wrapped up his third season as narrator on Discovery's "Dead Silent," along with imaging work on Westwood One's Classic Country channel and the University Of Virginia sports radio network. And wait, there's more. He was the live announcer at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Gala in Washington DC.....

Dick Rosse Dies - 2/7 - From Jim Bohannon in DCRTV's February 7 Mailbag: "Dick Rosse has died. The great veteran newsman from Westwood One Radio and, before that, the predecessor Mutual Broadcasting System, had been in ill health in recent years. I don't have full details but I'd guess Dick to have been about 84. Such is his 35 year network legacy that he covered both the erection of the Berlin Wall (1961) and its dismantling (1989). There'll be a celebration of Dick's life Sunday 2/11, 2-4 PM, at Ramparts Tavern, 1700 Fern Street in Alexandria".....

Seymour & Clarke To Do HUR Afternoons - 2/6 - Allison Seymour and Marc Clarke are joining Howard University's adult urban contemporary WHUR, 96.3, as the new hosts of afternoons. The husband and wife duo is set to debut February 12 at 3 PM. Seymour is seen weekdays on "Fox 5 Morning News" and Clarke has been a fixture on local radio for more than a decade, including at WHUR. :We know the commute home in the DMV can be hectic between the traffic and just trying to juggle the work life balance. Our goal is to make afternoons a smoother transition for the DMV with a fun, yet real and engaging show, each and everyday," says Seymour, a native Washingtonian. Adds WHUR Interim General Manager Sean Plater, "This new show offers us the opportunity to be live, local, and a voice for the DMV in the afternoon. We look forward to a very successful show and taking over DC afternoons with Allison and Marc".....

Forever Buys Delaware Broadcasting - 2/5 - DCRTV hears that Forever Media has bought Delmarva Broadcasting Company, which owns a batch of stations serving Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore. Reported price $18.5 million. Including WSTW and WDEL in Wilmington, WXCY in Havre De Grace, WAVD in Ocean Pines, WXDE in Lewes, and WNCL, WAFL, and WYUS in Milford. More soon.....

WTOP Moves To MD - 2/5 - All-newser WTOP shows off the new "Glass Enclosed News Center" at its new digs in Chevy Chases's Friendship Heights, Maryland, just across the DC line. For many years, WTOP's studios and offices were on Idaho Avenue, near the National Cathedral in DC. More at wtop.com.....

Kidd Gone From RQX - 2/1 - Baltimore-DC radio veteran Jason Kidd is gone from his afternoon gig at Cumulus's hot adult contemporary WRQX, Mix 107.3. After three years at WRQX, Kidd says he'll soon have an announcement about his future. He also runs DC-based music programming service New Generation Radio.....

4's Chris Lawrence Heads To Dallas - 1/29 - Chris Lawrence (right), a news anchor and reporter at Channel 4/WRC, will join WFAA-TV in Dallas, where he will anchor evening newscasts. Lawrence has been at WRC since January 2014. He previously spent a decade at CNN, where he covered national security issues as a Pentagon correspondent. More at star-telegram.com.....

Dave Durian Dies - 1/29 - Dave Durian, a former anchor for WBAL radio, died of complications of cancer and a stroke January 28 at his Baldwin home in Baltimore County. He was 72. Durian also did newscasts for Channel 11/WBAL and spent many years at Maryland Public Television. More at baltimoresun.com.....

Junks Land Richmond Station - 1/28 - WJFK's Sports Junkies announce a second Virginia affiliate - Richmond sports talker WRNL. Starting February 4. They recently announced they'd also be carried by sports talker WTAR in the Norfolk area.....

Christmas Tunes Send WASH To 1st - 1/24 - The Washington market radio ratings for the "Holiday" period, in between December and January. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WASH, 2) WTOP, 3) WMMJ, 4) WAMU, 5) WHUR, 6) WMAL, 7) WETA-FM, 8) WIHT and WRQX, 10) WPGC and WBIG, 12) WGTS, 13) WKYS, 14) WJFK-FM, 15) WMZQ, 16) WIAD, 17) WWDC, 18) WPRS, 19) WLZL, 20) WTEM and WFRE, 22) WDCN, 23) WDCH.....

Christmas Tunes Send WLIF To 1st - 1/24 - The Baltimore market radio ratings for the "Holiday" period, in between December and January. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WLIF, 2) WWIN-FM, 3) WERQ, 4) WJZ-FM and WZBA, 6) WPOC, 7) WQSR, 8) WWMX, 9) WZFT, 10) WIYY, 11) WASH, 12) WCBM, 13) WYPR, 14) WBAL-AM, 15) WBJC, 16) WLIFHD2, 17) WEAA.....

Layoffs At 7 - 1/24 - Layoffs have gone down at Sinclair's Channel 7/WJLA. Including newsies Richard Reeves and Stephen Tschida. FTVLive reports that other on-air and off-air staff are expected to be given the ax.....

Sinclair Hires Amanda Cross For Lefty Show - 1/24 - More Channel 7/WJLA news. Sinclair hired Ameshia Cross to host and produce "Left Cross with Ameshia Cross." Cross is a liberal and the show is the liberal version of the station's nationally syndicated "Bottom Line With Boris Epshteyn." More from FTVLive...

Carson To Head JLA's News - 1/24 - Cheryl Carson, who was formerly the news director at KING-TV in Seattle, has been named the new news director for Sinclair's Channel 7/WJLA. More at rickgevers.com.....

Junks Get Norfolk Affiliate - 1/24 - 106.7 The Fan, WJFK's Sports Junkies announced that they will be broadcast live from 6 AM to 10 AM weekdays on Norfolk's sports talk WTAR, 96.5/850, beginning January 28.....

Contact Extension For RQX's Roberts - 1/24 - WRQX, Mix 107.3 Program Director Rob Roberts gets a contract extension from station owner Cumulus. He has taken a slumping WRQX, which was once rumored to be a format change candidate, and made it the lead contemporary hit station in the DC market, besting longtime format leader Hot 99.5, iHeart's WIHT. Roberts' success with WRQX has also caused Entercom to flip 94.7 Fresh FM, WIAD, from hot adult contemporary to classic hits and oldies. Roberts remains the hot adult contemporary format vice president for Cumulus.....

Everything Must Go From WTOP's DC Studios - 1/23 - After 30 years on DC's Idaho Avenue NW, all-newser WTOP is moving across the Maryland line, near the Friendship Heights Metro station, during the first few days of February. And, almost everything inside the Idaho Avenue studio has been put up for bid in an online auction. Microphones used in the newsroom are for sale, as are studio "On Air" lights that illuminate when a microphone is turned on. Studio audio mixing boards that cost thousands of dollars when new are now available, some awaiting their first bid of 10 cents. More at wtop.com.....

Fox, MSNBC, C-SPAN Affected By CapHill Fire - 1/21 - There been a fire at the Capitol Hill building that houses Fox News, MSNBC, and C-SPAN. No injuries or major destruction freported. However, there was a stoppage of live programming on Sunday, January 20, during an evacuation of the building. More at wtop.com.....

Entercom Signs Junks To Contract Extension - 1/18 - Sports talk WJFK owner Entercom has signed a long-term contract extention with all four "Sports Junkies." John Auville, Eric Bickel, Jason Bishop, and John-Paul Flaim will remain on 106.7 The Fan weekdays from 5 AM to 10 AM. No word on the specific contract length or the dollar figures involved. "Since 1996, 'The Sports Junkies' have driven the sports conversation in Washington DC and we couldn't envision The Fan without them," says Phil Zachary, manager of Entercom's DC radio clusrer. "It's an honor and a privilege to talk sports with our friends every morning," adds Flaim. "We're so thankful to those that have supported us all of these years. After 23 years, we feel like we’re just hitting our stride." Plans will be announced later this month for the program to be broadcast beyond the DC market to affiliates across the Mid-Atlantic region.....

WNAV's Terry Alley Smith Dies - 1/17 - Terry Alley Smith has died after fighting cancer. She waa a on-air personality at Annapolis's WNAV, 1430/99.9, for more than 20 years. She was a graduate of Queen Annes County High School and began her broadcasting career in 1979 on the Eastern Shore at what was then WAQA radio in Grasonville. During her 40-year broadcasting career, Terry also worked for WYRE and Bay Country 103. More at wnav.com and at capitalgazette.com.....

WTOP's Dave Dildine Rescues Woman - 1/17 - WTOP traffic reporter Dave Dildine rescued a woman who fell into the water in DC's Rock Creek Park during last Sunday's snowstorm. More at wtop.com.....

Tony Perkins Says Goodbye To 5 - 1/16 - DC radio and TV veteran Tony Perkins says goodbye to his news anchoring gig at Fox-owned Channel 5/WTTG. After recently landing a radio gig with his old radio WKYS radio partner, Donnie Simpson, at Urban One's WMMJ, Perkins cut back his workload at WTTG, doing the morning newscast just two days a week. When his contract came up for renweal, Perkins said he decided to call it quits at WTTG and focus on his radio job and future projects.....

Arthur C. Brooks To Write For WaPo - 1/14 - Award-winning social scientist Arthur C. Brooks will be a columnist for the Opinions section starting January 20. In this role, Brooks will write columns across a broad range of subjects. He currently serves as president of the American Enterprise Institute, a DC-based think tank. Over the last decade, he has been a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times and hosted the Vox Media podcast, "The Arthur Brooks Show".....

Lou Dean Dies - 1/14 - Nearby news. Richmond radio legend Lou Dean, who worked more than four decades at news talker WRVA, has died of cancer at age 83. Dean hosted the overnight "Music 'Till Morning" show on then full-service WRVA from 1957 to 1977. He was the station's program director from 1982 to 1986. He then held the positions of community services manager and evening news host. Dean retired from radio in 2000.....

New Book From Chuck Allen - 1/12 - "Misadventures Of A C- Student" by Chuck Allen. Recommended reading for former Peace Corps volunteers, anyone who worked in broadcasting from the late 1960s to 2018 and germaphobes. The book is available at Amazon, "Greetings & Readings" thrift stores, and garage sales. Makes a great Christmas present for anyone living in a retirement community.....

iHeart Flips 104.7 To Talk - 1/12 - From DCRTV's Saturday Mailbag: "W284CQ changed formats while you were away. I was extremely sad to learn that the best radio station in DC, the previous 104.7 format, has been replaced by yet another tired talk station, as if there aren't enough of those in this market already. CBS wasn't able to take on WTOP on a much better signal; I'm not sure why Clear Channel thinks it will do any better. I know I certainly will not be listening. I can't decide whether I'll be going back to the trainwreck that is WIYY in Baltimore, or the bland, boring sound of DC101, which would be sort of like rewarding bad behavior on Clear Channel's part. Maybe I'll finally look into finding some other way to listen to things in the car; radio keeps trying to push listeners away, maybe I should finally take the hint. - Trip www.rabbitears.info".....

9 Back On Verizon - 1/3 - Channel 9/WUSA is back on DC area cable systems owned by Verizon, since being dropped on January 1. Verizon and Tegna said in a statement that they had reached "a multiyear carriage agreement" that also restores Tegna-owned stations in Norfolk and other markets across the USA affecting more than 1 million cable subscribers. More at washingtonpost.com.....

WBAL Radio Makes Afternoon Changes - 1/3 - DCRTV has hinted about it. Now we get the official release. Baltimore news talker WBAL radio (1090/101.5) moves weekend host Yuripzy Morgan to the 1 PM to 3 PM weekday slot. With Brett Hollander moving later, to the 3 PM to 6 PM slot.....

Verizon Yanks WUSA - 1/1 - If you're a Verizon FIOS subscriber in the DC area you may have noticed that you can't watch CBS programming on Channel 9/WUSA as of January 1. Apparently, WUSA's owner Tegna and Verizon are still haggling over a new retransmission agreement. More at wusa9.com.....

Media Changes In 2018 & Predictions For 2019 & Beyond - 12/31 - Join your friendly DCRTV webmaster, Dave, as he discusses the future of media (and the world in general) as 2019 arrives. Plus some talk about what's happened in DC and Baltimore area radio in 2018, including Redskins owner Dan Snyder's sale of sports talk WTEM and the flip of 94.7 Fresh FM to the oldies-based The Drive. On the famous "Sadly Lacking Radio" podcast at sadlylackingradio.podbean.com.....

WAMU Tops December DC Radio Ratings - 12/28 - The Washington market radio ratings for December. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WAMU, 2) WTOP, 3) WASH, 4) WMMJ, 5) WHUR, 6) WBIG, 7) WMAL, 8) WIHT and WRQX, 10) WGTS, 11) WPGC, 12) WETA-FM, 13) WKYS, 14) WMZQ and WJFK-FM, 16) WIAD, 17) WWDC, 18) WPRS, 19) WLZL, 20) WTEM, 21) WFRE, 22) WDCN, 23) WFMD and WDCH, 25) WJFK-FM STREAM and WBQH and WASH HD2.....

WLIF Tops December Balto Radio Ratings - 12/28 - The Washington market radio ratings for December. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WLIF, 2) WWIN-FM, 3) WERQ, 4) QZBA, 5) WQSR, 6) WPOC, 7) WJZ-FM and WZFT, 9) WIYY, 10) WWMX, 11) WYPR, 12) WCBM, 13) WBAL-AM and WBJC, 15) WLIF HD2, 16) WEAA, 17) WCAO, 18) WQLL.....

Hollander Moves At BAL Radio - 12/23 - Sources tell DCRTV that Brett Hollander is gone from his 1 PM to 4 PM slot at Baltimore news talker WBAL. He'll be moving to the 3 PM to 6 PM slot come January 2. Youripsi Morgan gets the 1 PM to 3 PM slot. More soon.....

Judy Taub Leaves WTOP - 12/21 - The WTOP sign outside the Glass Enclosed Nerve Center on Idaho Avenue NW, Washington is not the only thing leaving before the all-news radio station makes its move to Bethesda. Friday, 12/21, was 35-year veteran Judy Taub's last day. Joel Oxley, WTOP's senior vice president and general manager, called Taub, a former news director at the station and longtime news editor, "the true heart and soul of the WTOP newsroom... We all owe Judy the deepest gratitude." The send-off included a lavish catered spread and a farewell speech by Taub. More at wtop.com.....

Ken Philips Dies - 12/19 - Ken Philips, who did the weather for two decades at Baltimore's Channel 2/WMAR, died December 15. He was 88. Philips became a meteorologist in 1951 and began his career at WBEN-TV in Buffalo, followed by WIIC-TV in Pittsburgh, before coming to WMAR. More at legacy.com.....

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