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Almost 23 Big Years: Support DCRTV & Get A Sticker - 8/20 - DCRTV started in 1997 and we will soom be celebrating our big 23rd 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 $10 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, 1720 Epps Bridge Parkway, Suite 108 #103, Athens GA 30606.....

MPT To Revive "McLaughlin Group" - 8/16 - "The McLaughlin Group," a pioneer among political TV talk shows, returns to public television in September when weekly episodes begin airing on Maryland Public Television. A new episode will air Friday evenings at 11:30 PM and again Sunday mornings at 11 AM on MPT, starting Friday, September 6. Maryland Public Television and "The McLaughlin Group’s" production company, Re-Group Media, have entered into an agreement to produce and distribute the weekly series. The program will be recorded each Friday at a Washington DC studio. As presenting station, MPT will market, promote, and distribute the program nationally through an agreement with American Public Television. "The McLaughlin Group" will begin airing exclusively on public television stations nationwide and digital platforms in January 2020. Tom Rogan, noted political writer and commentator, is back to host the series. Rogan replaced original host John McLaughlin, who died in 2016. He is joined by longtime regular panel members Pat Buchanan, Eleanor Clift, and Clarence Page. Guest panelists will also appear on the program on a regular basis.....

Peggy Fox Leaving 9 - 8/14 - Channel 9/WUSA reporter Peggy Fox has announced on Facebook that she'll be leaving Tegna's DC CBS affiliate after 25 years to take a public relations job with Dominion Energy in Northern Virginia. Fox doesn't say when her last day at WUSA is.....

Steve Davis Leaves Entercom DC - 8/11 - Steve Davis will leave the vice president of programming gig for Entercom's DC radio cluster and his program director duties for classic hits WIAD, 94.7 The Drive and urban contemporary WPGC, 95.5. He will head to Ricmond, where he owns a comic book store.....

NBCSW Re-Launches "DC Sports Live" - 8/11 - NBC Sports Washington re-launches "DC Sports Live," its 10 PM sports talk and entertainment program, with new hosts Nick Ashooh, Wes Hall, and Alexa Shaw.....

Jurgensen Says Goodbye To Redskins Broadcasts - 8/9 - Former Redskins quarterback Sonny Jurgensen is retiring from broadcasting, he announced Thursday, August 8. "It's been a great 55 years in Washington," he wrote. Not long after the Burgundy and Gold took the field against the Cleveland Browns Thursday night at FedEx Field, the team issued a statement from the beloved quarterback and broadcaster on its website, according to wtop.com. "I want to thank our Redskin fans for being so generous to me and our teams, we owe it all to you. I’ve had so many wonderful memories of thousands of teammates I’ve played with and talked about during my years in radio and television in Washington DC," Jurgensen wrote. "I'll always be a fan of professional football and appreciative of all that it has done for me, my family and our city." According to WTOP, Jurgensen began his broadcasting career not long after his retirement from the game in 1974. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall Of Fame in 1983. He began doing color analysis for Washington's radio coverage, alongside Sam Huff, in the early 1980s. He also helped with TV preseason games for a few years. "I’ll leave you with these [words]," Jurgensen said in the statement. "Hail to the Redskins!".....

Carol Maloney Joins ESPN 630 - 8/8 - Veteran sports reporter and anchor Carol Maloney joins ESPN 630, WSBN, Cumulus's new sports talker. She will host of "The Carol Maloney Show" weekdays from 10 AM to noon. Maloney will be joined by another sports talk vet, Andy Pollin, who recently joined the station. Maloney has covered sports in DC since 2001, working for Comcast SportsNet and NBC Sports Washington, as well as Channel 4/WRC and WTEM. She will continue her current gig as a field reporter and show host for MASN on Nationals baseball telecasts.....

Redskins & NBCSN One Step Closer To TV Sports Betting - 8/7 - The Washington Redskins and NBC Sports Washington have announced a partnership that will provide the National Football League's first interactive, predictive-gaming live television presentation of the team's four preseason games. These pilot telecasts, entitled "Predict The Game" will feature free-to-play contests where fans can win $1,000 cash each quarter as well as other second chance prizes. The move is seen as preparing the two organizations for the eventual legalization of sports betting in the DC metro area. The presentations will be exclusively available on NBC Sports Washington Plus, beginning Thursday, August 8, when the Redskins open the preseason at the Cleveland Browns at 7:30 PM. More at redskins.com.....

Bobby Trosset Joins WBAL Radio & 98 Rock Sports Team - 8/5 - Bobby Trosset is the newest addition to the news talk WBAL, 1090/101.5, and 98 Rock, WIYY, sports team. He joins the Balrtimore Hearst stations from NBC Sports Washington where he covered the Washington Nationals along with other area teams and events. In his new role, Trosset will anchor morning sports updates on both WBAL and 98 Rock and will also be a significant part of the stations' coverage of the Baltimore Ravens.....

Bud Steele Dies - 7/30 - Harold "Bud" Steele, a longtime news fixture on WMAL radio, died on July 26. He worked at WMAL from 1970s, when he was a news anchor on the "Harden And Weaver" morning show, and continued anchoring the station's newscasts until his retirement in 1996. Steele's stints also included stops at DC's WWDC radio, the Voice Of America, and at ABC Radio in NYC. More at legacy.com.....

Pollin & Weinstein Join ESPN 630 - 7/26 - Veteran DC sports radio personalities Andy Pollin and Bram Weinstein join Cumulus's news sports talker, WSBN, 630, which recently replaced the AM signal of news talker WMAL. Pollin joins the newly-christened ESPN 630 as the sports update anchor in mornings, broadcasting local sports updates within ESPN's "Golic & Wingo Show” weekdays from 6 AM to 10 AM. He will also be as a features correspondent for the station. Weinstein joins ESPN 630 as afternoon host, anchoring the weekday 3 PM to 6 PM slot, as well as the station's "Redskins Today" program, airing weekdays at 6 PM. "The Bram Weinstein Show" will launch Tuesday, July 30th, with a three-day series of broadcasts from Washington Redskins NFL Training Camp in Richmond.....

Kevin Sheehan To 980 Mornings - 7/16 - Kevin Sheehan is rejoining The Team 980, WTEM, the sports talker now owned by Radio One. Sheehan, a long-time member of the DC area sports media community, returns to weekday mornings on August 5, debuting "The Kevin Sheehan Show" from 7 SAM to 10 AM. Sheehan, a native Washingtonian, first joined WTEM in 2004 and hosted shows in every daypart until the end of his last stint in 2018. Sheehan has been podcasting "The Kevin Sheehan Show" since late 2018 and that will continue with his new radio gig. He previously hosted "The Official Redskins Pre-Game Show" on the Redskins Radio Network for 12 seasons. In addition to Sheehan, WTEM's lineup also includes Steve Czaban, Doc Walker, Brian Mitchell, Al Galdi, and Scott Linn.....

Susan Monday Loses Delaware Radio Gig - 7/16 - "The Susan Monday Show" on Delaware 1059, Rehoboth Beach's WXDE, was recently replaced by syndicated programming. The locally-based talk show ran from 2012 to 2019. Delaware 1059 was recently purchased from Delmarva Broadcasting by Forever Media. Monday is a veteran of DC's WMAL, and Philadelpbhia's KYW NewsRadio and WPHT, The Big Talker 1210. She can be reached @sumospeak or via LinkedIn.....

Shots Fired At iHeart Radio Building - 7/16 - Employees at a building on Rockville Pike that houses the DC offices of iHeartRadio (DC101, Hot 99.5, WASH, WBIG, WMZQ) are on edge after someone shot at the windows, damaging some of them. The strange incident is believed to have happened during the July 4th holiday weekend. Police are investigating it as a crime called unlawful discharge of a firearm. From the ground, one of the multi-hundred-pound windows on the sixth floor of 1801 Rockville Pike in Rockville, Maryland, appears to be boarded up. Another window, on the fourth floor, appears to have damage to its frame. So reports nbcwashington.com.....

Another Win For NBC Sports Washington - 7/15 - NBC Sports Washington (below) won their fifth Metropolitan Media Softball League title this past weekend, defeating CNN, Politico, Bloombery, NPR, and the Alumni team - twice. They, formerly Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, previously won four straight titles from 2012 to 2015.....


WTOP & WWIN Top June Radio Ratings - 7/11 - The local radio ratings for the month of June. Full-day, age 6+. Washington: 1) WTOP, 2) WAMU, 3) WMMJ, 4) WHUR, 5) WASH, 6) WIHT, 7) WMAL, 8) WGTS, 9) WMZQ, 10) WBIG and WPGC, 12) WKYS, 13) WETA-FM and WIAD and WJFK, 16) WWDC, 17) WRQX, 18) WPRS, 19) WLZL, 20) WTEM. Baltimore: 1) WWIN-FM, 2) WERQ, 3) WLIF, 4) WPOC, 5) WQSR, 6) WZBA, 7) WWMX, 8) WIYY, 9) WJZ-FM, 10) WZFT, 11) WYPR, 12) WBAL-AM/FM, 13) WBJC, 14) WCBM and WLIF HD2, 15) WEAA, 16) WYPR STREAM, 17) WCAO and WQLL, 19) WEAA STREAM and WJZ-AM and WLIF HD3 and WWMX HD2.....

WTOP & Sun Revamp Websites - 7/10 - Hubbard all-newser WTOP revamps its website. "People who told us they liked the local news content we had to offer, but that it wasn’t organized well. People who told us they wanted a more visually-appealing presentation of the top news stories of the day regardless of platform. And people who told us they wanted choice and personalization." Plus more features. More at wtop.com. Also revamped - the Baltimore Sun's 630 Becomes WSBN - 7/2 - 630 AM in Washington had sported the WMAL call letters since 1925. But that came to an end on July 1, when the Cumulus outlet broke away from news talk WMAL-FM, 105.9, and started running ESPN Sports as WSBN. More about the AM station's lengthy and colorful history is at wikipedia.org.....

< Keith Mills To Retire - 6/27 - Longtime Baltimore radio and TV sportscaster Keith Mills (right), 62, announces his retirement. After 40 years at a variety of local TV gigs at Channel 2/WMAR, Channel 11/WBAL, and at WBAL-AM and sister 98 Rock, WIYY, Mills will cut back his workload. This all after a very public battle a decade ago with an addiction to prescription painkillers, which resulted in several arrests and the lost of several jobs. Mills now says he will continue to help cover Navy football on WBAL radio and continue doing the Ravens' pregame and postgame shows. More at baltimoresun.com.....

NRA Ends Video Production - 6/26 - The National Rifle Association, based in Fairfax, is shutting down its video production arm, NRA-TV. More at nytimes.com.....

980 Picks Up Fox Sports - 6/25 - Urban One sports talker WTEM, 980, has picked up Fox Sports Radio now that Cumulus's WMAL-AM, 630, is due to flip to sports talk with ESPN on July 1.....

WMAL-AM To Go ESPN Sports - 6/13 - Cumulus says it will flip 630, WMAL-AM, to a sports talk format as of July 1. It will be known as ESPN 630. The news talk formet now on 630 will remain on WMAl-FM, 105.9. The new 630 format will feature a batch of ESPN programming, including Mike Golic and Trey Wingo in mornings and Stephen A. Smith in middays. The AMer will continue to carry the Washington Redskins, along with its FM sister. No word on whether Radio One's WTEM, The Team 980, will also be carrying the Redskins this upcoming season. It was sold by team owner Dan Snyder's Red Zebra Broadcasting to Radio One last year. If WTEM sticks with sports, the DC market will now have three English language sports talkers, including format ratings leader 106.7 The Fan, WJFK, which is owned by Entercom.....

New Job Ad: WNAV Looking For News Director - 6/13 - From DCRTV's Job Ads: "DATE: June 10, 2019... JOB TITLE: News Director... CONTACT: WNAV Sajak Broadcasting Corp... DEADLINE: Resumes Accepted through June 28, 2019... JOB DESCRIPTION: Full service AM station in Maryland’s capital city has an opening for News Director. Along with anchoring drive time newscasts and managing your department, you must have knowledge of topics of interest to our local audience to include: politics, the environment, business, and local sports. The applicant must be competent on digital equipment, computer use, social media and have flexible hours. CD's and résumés (No calls please) to: Bill Lusby, Program Director, WNAV Radio, 236 Admiral Drive, Annapolis, MD 21401. Or email a résumé and a short (2 minutes, max) mp3 to jobs@wnav.com. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to race, color religion, national origin or sex in all personnel actions including recruitment, evaluation, selection, promotion, compensation, training and termination".....

Angie Goff Joins Fox 5 - 6/11 - Angie Goff joins Fox-owned Channel 5/WTTG. Starting July 8, she will co-anchor the station's new 4 PM newscast newscast with Blake McCoy and serve as a co-host of "Like It Or Not" weeknights at 7 PM. Before joining WTTG, she anchored and reported at Channel 4/WRC and Channel 9/WUSA.....

WTOP EAS Test Mis-Fires - 6/9 - From Washingtonian: A technical error led to a signal from all-news WTOP radio being broadcast on other radio and TV stations on June 3. The disruption occurred between 9:30 and 10 PM. WAMU, WETA FM, WETA's four signals, WTTG, and WDCA all confirm they were affected. WTOP Technical Operations Manager Brian Oliger said the station was testing its Emergency Alert System and accidentally broadcast its regular programming instead. Rob Bertrand, WAMU's senior director of technology, explains to Washingtonian that the Emergency Alert System is a chain, and that WTOP is a local primary station. If a test is transmitted from a primary station, it will propagate throughout all stations on the chain until a signal to resume normal programming is transmitted.....

107.3 Flips To K-Love As WLVW - 6/1 - With new owner EMF and the debut of the K-Love Christian contemporary format, DC's 107.3 takes the WLVW call letters from K-Love's 105.5 in Salisbury. That station becomes WLSW. Meanwhile, we hear that 107.3 former owner Cumulus has put the WRQX call letters on a country AMer in Salem, Ohio.....

Station Q Comes To 94.7's Digital Line-Up - 6/1 - Entercom puts gay-oriented Station Q on the HD2 of 94.7, classic rock The Drive. WIAD.....

Fox 5 To Debut 4 PM News In July - 6/1 - Channel 5/WTTG announces that it will debut a 4 PM newscast on July 9. More at twitter.com.....

New Morning Show At WKYS - 5/29 - Radio One's urban contemporary WKYS, 93.9, unveils a new morning show, "The Morning Hustle," with Angie Ange, Jordan, and Lore’l. WKYS and Howard University vet Angie Ange joins "On Air" Jordan, formerly known as Shorty da Prince, He hosted the WKYS night show from 2014 to 2017. Lore’l is known for her work on VH1's "Love & Hip Hop: New York" as well as her podcasts "Bully and the Beast" and "Lip Service".....

Sean Platter Named WHUR GM - 5/28 - Howard University has appointed Sean Plater as general manager of adult urban contemporary WHUR, 96.3, and the Howard University Radio Network. Plater is a Howard alumnus and a veteran of radio industry operations. Since September 2018, Plater has served as interim general manager at WHUR. During this period, he diversified revenue streams, reduced expenses, increased digital content, and expanded the sales footprint of the network. He also worked to enhance Howard student engagement across the six radio stations in the Howard radio portfolio. More at howard.edu.....

Jack Diamond Says Farewell Of Mix 107.3 - 5/28 - After 30 years at Mix 107.3, WRQX, morning man Jack Diamond says farewell to his listeners. His hot adult contemporary station will get a new owner on Saturday and flip format to K-Love Christian contemporary.....


Dave TV: Goodbye Mix 107.3 - 5/23 - DC heritage rocker/contemporary hit/adult contemporary WRQX, once Q107 and now Mix 107.3, will be disappearing from the FM radio dial for good on June 1, being replaced with the K-Love Christian contemporary format. What's causing this major DC radio market format flip? Let's look into the big change.....


Season 4 "Our Town": Andy Ockershausen Interviews Local DC Area Players - 5/20 - "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! Including and jost-out interview with Monique Samuels from "The Real Housewives Of Potomac." Plus there's a season four wrap-up also just-out. At ourtowndc.com......

Current Heads For Bankruptcy - 5/16 - DCRTV hears that DC's neighborhood Current Newspaper has changed its chapter 11 bankruptcy status to chapter 7. They are going out of business, apparently. More.....

Tony "Mad Dog" Colter Dies - 5/10 - Tony "Mad Dog" Colter, who worked in the late-1970s through the mid-1980s at 98 Rock in Baltimore and also at DC101, WJFK, and most recently at Sirius XM's Bluesville and Watercolors, died May 3 due to complications from a stroke. He was 66. We get the news from current 98 Rock afternoon man Kirk McEwen who tells us, "He was a life-long family friend and got my brother Mark and I into broadcasting." More soon.....

Rick Colom Dies - 5/10 - The Baltimore Sun reports that Rick Colom, a former DC and Baltimore area radio disc jockey and music collector who championed dance bands and pop vocals of the pre-World War II years, died of cancer May 4 at Howard County General Hospital. The Columbia MD resident was 69. In 1976 he became the producer and disc jockey of a show he named the "Make Believe Ballroom" on WAMU. He had similar shows at Arlington's WEAM. In 1988 he moved the program to Baltimore's WITH and later hosted programs on WWLG and WGAY....

Judge Rules On Radio Sputnik - 5/8 - A federal judge has ordered that RM Broadcasting, which leases WZHF, 1390, Capitol Heights from Way Broadcasting and subleases the time to a Russian news agency for English language news and talk Radio Sputnik programming, to register as a foreign agent with the State Department.....

13 Fires Mary Bubala - 5/7 - CBS-owned Channel 13/WJZ fires reporter Mary Bubala after social media attacks her for a question she asked about the last three troubled Baltimore mayors. Following Mayor Catherine Pugh's resignation last week, Bubala asked Loyola professor Karsonya Wise Whitehead about the city's future in a question some took as racist. "We have had three African American female mayors in a row," Bubala said. "They were all passionate public servants. Two resigned, though. Isn't it a signal that a different kind of leadership is needed to move Baltimore City forward?" The question was deemed inappropriate in that it questioned the race, gender of the mayors. Bubala had already apologized for the question's wording almost immediately after, but a social media storm ensued. More at wbal.com.....

CBS To Move Nightly News To DC - 5/6 - Norah O’Donnell will become anchor and managing editor of the "CBS Evening News" and Gayle King is getting two new morning show co-hosts - Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil - as CBS News seeks to boost the programs' ratings. For the nightly newscast, with the removal of top anchor Jeff Glor, it also means relocating the program from New York City to Washington. AP has more.....

MASN Owes Nats $100M - 5/5 - From washingtonpost.com: A Major League Baseball committee ruled that the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network must pay the Washington Nationals nearly $100 million to end a long-running dispute over broadcast rights fees. The decision remains under seal. MASN is owned by the Baltimore Orioles and Nationals but is controlled by the Orioles, who retain an 80 percent stake. The $100 million represents the difference between what MASN paid the Nationals for their TV rights and what MLB’s revenue-sharing committee determined was the correct market value between 2012 and 2016 - about $20 million per year.....

Sinclair Buys Fox Sports Nets - 5/5 - Baltimore area-based Sinclair has purchased Disney's regional Fox Sports Networks across the country for roughly $10.6 billion. This includes the broadcast rights to 14 Major League Baseball teams, 16 National Basketball Association teams, and 12 National Hockey League teams, but none in the Baltimore/DC area, which has MASN and NBC Sports Network. Justice Department approval is expected as, unlike the failed Tribune purchase, this involves no local TV stations. Locally, Sinclair owns Channel 7/WJLA and Channel 45/WBFF. More at baltimoresun.com.....

Jummy Olabanji To 4 - 5/3 - Jummy Olabanji returns to DC. The former anchor at Channel 7/WJLA who, in 2017, left for a gig at NYC's WNBC-TV, is heading back to the Nation's Capital to anchor for Channel 4/WRC where she'll be working on the early morning news show.....

New Transmitter For WPFW - 5/1 - From DCRTV's 5/1 Mailbag: " We replaced our 18 year old "bottle baby" transmitter! As of this Monday (4/29) afternoon, thanks to the generosity of our listener family, as well as the crucial assistance of the Washington DC broadcast engineering community, WPFW 89.3 FM now has a new, solid state, modern transmitter on the air at our fully licensed 50,000 watt power! More than a year in the making, thanks to everyone who have made this 21st century achievement possible, which brings our station to a new and unprecedented level of stability and power, to better serve our members and listeners. -- Moe the Union Guy." Pacifica's WPFW features left-leaning talk plus blues and jazz.....

Susan White-Bowden Dies - 4/26 - On April 26, Susan White-Bowden, 79, died at her home in Finksburg, suffering complications from a fall. She was a popular broadcaster at Baltimore's Channel 2/WMAR during the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. She met her husband, Jack Bowden at WMAR, where he worked for years as a news anchor. The couple (right) married in 1979. Jack died in 2016. According to wmar2news.com, she may have been best-known for her "Susan's People" segment on WMAR. Susan White-Bowden, who grew up in Pikesville, was also an author. In 1985, her book "Everything To Live For" was published. In it, she detailed the impact of the death of her son from a previous marriage, Jody, who committed suicide at the age of 17.....

WTOP Again Tops Revenue Numbers Nationwide - 4/25 - Washington DC all-newser WTOP maintained the top spot in national advertising revenue, with $69 million billed in 2018. That's according to data released in April from Chantilly VA-based BIA Advisory Services. WTOP beat five stations in the NYC market, three in LA, and one from Chicago to again take the top spot among the top 10 stations in 2018 ad revenue.....

Positive Alternative Picks Up Luray Pair - 4/24 - Shenandoah Valley news. WRAA, 1330, and WMXH, 105.7, Luray have been sold to Positive Alternative Radio for $165,000. Former owner L. Carrington Thompson of Suffolk, who purchased the stations for $325,000 in 2014, died in January. We're told that it's likely that at least the 105.7 signal will join PAR's contemporary Christian "Your 'PER" network headed by WPIR, Culpeper and WPER, Fredericksburg.....

Jerry Clark Dies - 4/21 - DCRTV hears that Jerry Clark, longtime mid-day personality on the old full-service adult contemporary WASH, 97.1, died suddenly on Friday, April 19. More as we hear it.....

Brian Lamb To Retire - 4/21 - End of an era: Brian Lamb, C-SPAN founder and a 40-year veteran of the Capitol Hill-based public affairs network who has "hasn't missed a week since 1989" will retire on May 19th. Commenting on Washington: "Lying is the word that I would use to describe this town," says Lamb, in his usual Midwestern deadpan. "I don't know if it will ever stop. It's gotten worse rather than getting better, and both sides do it. You’ve got to listen very carefully to what they’re saying." And Lamb is getting out while the getting out is good: "It's just time," he says. "I remember, sadly, when David Brinkley was doing the ABC Sunday show near the end, he shouldn't have been. And he waited too long—and people were talking about it." More at wsj.com.....

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