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WTOP Tops DC Radio Ratings - 10/17 - The "second week" of October radio ratings for the Washington market. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WTOP, 2) WAMU, 3) WHUR, 4) WMAL, 5) WASH, 6) WMMJ and WBIG, 8) WPRS and WIHT, 10) WMZQ and WJFK-FM, 12) WPGC, 13) WKYS, 14) WGTS and WRQX, 16) WWDC, 17) WIAD, 18) WLZL, 19) WETA-FM, 20) WILC, 21) WTEM, 22) WFRE, 23) WAVA-FM, 24) WFMD and WDCN and WDCH, 27) WPFW and WOL and WACA. Stations in Baltimore, Hagerstorn, Winchester, and Fredericksburg are not included in this listing.....

Laura Barrón-López Joins Examiner - 10/17 - Laura Barrón-López will join the Washington Examiner as a political reporter on October 23 based out of Washington. In this new role at the Capitol Hill news organization, she will cover the Democratic Party and Democratic lawmakers in Congress as they work their way toward the 2018 midterm elections and the presidential election two years later. Previously, Barron-Lopez covered Congress for the Huffington Post, and before that she was a reporter at the Hill, covering energy and environment policy. Her writing has been published in E&E News, the Oregonian, and the OC Register.....

WBAL Radio To Get FM Relay - 10/17 - Baltimore news talker WBAL, AM 1090, has purchaed a low-power FM signal on 101.5 from the Hope Christian Church of Marlton NJ. According to our source at BaltoMedia.net,it hasn't yet been approved by the Federal Communications Commission but most likely will. Price reportedly $650,000. Power 250-watts. More soon.....

WBQB Contest Spurs Autism Donation - 10/17 - A Virginia contest winner converts her prize into a donation to a local autism program. According to Tom Taylor Now, Centennial Broadcasting's Fredericksburg market manager Mark Bass shares the note he got from a mother who won a three-year lease on a new Nissan Rogue. She says, "At the age of three, my youngest son was accepted, with a diagnosis of 'developmental delay,' into the Autism/Developmental Delay program at Conway Elementary School... For the past few years, the fantastic PTA at Conway has been able to donate supplies to these classes for the specialized programs that these kiddos need." But funding for the program was cut and when the mother heard that Centennial's adult contemporary WBQB, B101.5, was giving away the vehicle lease she worked to become a qualifier and then went on to win the content. She asked the owner of the dealership if she could trade her prize for donation to her son's autism program.....

Support DCRTV - 10/17 - 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 a donation at paypal.me/dcrtv or send a check made payable to "Dave Hughes" to Dave Hughes, 6200 Rolling Road #2442, Springfield VA 22152. Thanks.....

Washington City Paper For Sale - 10/16 - Washington City Paper is for sale. According to washingtonian.com, Southcomm bought City Paper in 2012, following a period in which it was owned by the hedge fund Atalaya Capital Management. Atalaya ended up with City Paper and several other alt-weeklies after a disastrous acquisition by Atlanta-based Creative Loafing, which declared bankruptcy a little over a year after purchasing the DC paper and the Chicago Reader for around $30 million. Atalaya paid about $5 million for the two papers, plus Creative Loafing’s four other weeklies. It gradually disposed of all the properties. SouthComm, whose purchase price for the papers wasn’t disclosed at the time, still owns Creative Loafing’s Tampa paper but earlier this year sold its Atlanta paper to Ben Eason, whose family founded Creative Loafing and who was the architect of the chain’s ill-fated forays into Washington and Chicago.....

Diane Rehm Re-Marries - 10/15 - After 54 years of marriage to the late John Rehm, former WAMU talk show host Diane Rehm, 81, married John Hagedorn, 78, a retired Lutheran minister on Saturday at the Washington National Cathedral. More at washingtonpost.com.....

Sean Casey To Program WQLL - 10/13 - Sean Casey has signed on as program director of Baltimore oldies outlet WQLL, Q1370. He will continue his responsibilities as director of programming and operations for Mangioni co-owned Baltimore news talker WCBM, 680.....

Geoffrey Fowler Joins Washington Post - 10/13 - Geoffrey Fowler is joining the Washington Post as a technology columnist. He will be based in San Francisco. Fowler has spent the past 16 years with the Wall Street Journal and the last four writing and making videos for its "Personal Technology" column.....

Dave's Rant: WAMU Shouldn't Sell 89.5 - 10/13 - American University's top-rated news talker WAMU, 88.5, is dropping the ball on its public service pledge by selling its Central Northern Virginia 89.5 signal to EMF for a new Christian contemporary K-Love outlet. Cutting the strongest NPR outlet for hundreds, if not more, people. My latest DC radio rant.....


MPT Unveils PA Barns Doc - 10/12 - "Barns Of The Susquehanna Valley," a new documentary film exploring historic barns in Pennsylvania's lower Susquehanna Valley, will premiere on Maryland Public Television on Saturday, October 21, at 8 PM. The film is directed, written, edited and produced by Carroll County-based Jonathan Slade, an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker and creator of multiple documentaries enjoyed by MPT viewers, including "Eatin' Crabs: Chesapeake Style," "Historic Barns Of Maryland," and "Electric Road Trip." Slade is chair of the Department Of Communication & Cinema at McDaniel College in Westminster.....

Hovel & Alt Get New iHeart Duties - 10/10 - Radio giant iHeart makes some Mid-Atlantic moves. Dave Hovel adds duties as senior vice president of programming for the company's Wilmington cluster. He will continue his role as senior vice president of programming for the company's Salisbury cluster. Also, Katharine Alt adds program director duties for Dover's country WDSD, in addition to her duties as program director for adult hits WRDX.....

WTOP & WAMU Top DC Radio Heap - 10/10 - The Washington market radio ratings for the "first week" of October. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WTOP and WAMU, 3) WHUR, 4) WBIG, 5) WMMJ, 6) WMAL, 7) WASH, 8) WIHT, 9) WPRS and WJFK-FM, 11) WPGC, 12) WGTS, 13) WMZQ, 14) WRQX, 15) WWDC, 16) WKYS, 17) WILC and WIAD, 19) WLZL, 20) WTEM and WETA-FM, 22) WAVA-FM and WFRE, 24) WPFW, 25) WFMD and WACA, 27) WOL and WDCH and WBQH, 30) WDCN and WAFY. Stations in Baltimore, Hagerstown, Winchester, and Fredericksburg not included in this listing.....

John Fredericks Joins DC's Answer - 10/10 - Virginia-based conservative talker John Fredericks adds DC's WWRC, 1260, The Answer, to his line-up of regional stations. The show airs from 8 AM to 10 AM on the Salem station. Fredericks' show runs live 6 AM to 10 AM on weekdays on his other affiliate network radio stations and streaming outlets. Including WHKT, 1650 and 92.5 in the Norfolk area, WNTW, 820 and 97.7, in Richmond, and WBRG, 1050 and 105.1, in Lynchburg, Danville, and Franklin. Stream the show at johnfredericksradio.com.....

WAMU Sells 89.5 To EMF - 10/10 - American University public radio news talker WAMU, 88.5, has sold its southern simulcast relay in the Fredericksburg area, WYAU, 89.5, in Spotsylvania, to EMF for $400,000. That signal will soon flip to EMF's Christian contemporary K-Love format. Over the summer, EMF put K-Love on the Warrenton area's 94.3, WWXX, a simulcast relay of sports talker WTEM, ESPN 980, which was sold by Redskins owner Dan Snyder's Red Zebra firm. It's now WLZV. WAMU continues to run a simulcast relay in the Salisbury-Ocean City area on 88.3, WRAU. More at fcc.gov.....

DC Now 6th Largest TV Market - 10/9 - Washington DC moves up a spot, from 7th to 6th, in largest TV markets for the 2017-2018 season. More from TVSpy.....

20th Anniversary For C-SPAN Radio - 10/9 - C-SPAN Radio, marking its 20th anniversary this month, began broadcasting October 9, 1997 on 90.1, WCSP in the Washington, DC metro area. C-SPAN Radio, now available beyond Washington on the free C-SPAN Radio App and online at www.c-span.org/radio, provides commercial-free, public affairs programming 24 hours a day, nationwide. In addition to signature programming like "Washington Today," an afternoon round-up of the top stories of the day, C-SPAN Radio gives listeners LIVE access to much of the same public affairs content available on C-SPAN television straight from their mobile devices. C-SPAN's "Washington Journal" morning call-in show airs live on C-SPAN Radio daily, as well as congressional hearings, speeches from national leaders, panel discussions, and more.....

Danny Bortnick Gone From CBS Radio - 10/9 - DCRTV hears that Danny Bortnick has been let go by CBS Radio, where he was director of ad sales for the firm's DC cluster, which includes WJFK, WPGC, WIAD, and WLZL. He was originally brought to down from NYC when CBS launched now-defunct all newser WNEW in 2012. More as we hear it.....

10 Years For Praise 104.1 - 10/6 - On October 7, Radio One is holding "The Spirit Of Praise Celebration," a gospel star-studded show commemorating the 10th anniversary of commercial gospel Praise 104.1, WPRS. Doors open at 4 PM at the City Of Praise Family Ministries, 8501 Jericho City Drive, Landover. It will be hosted by WPRS talent Cheryl Jackson and Winston Chaney, morning host of Praise 104.1's gospel sister WYCB, 1340. Joining them will be nationally syndicated Praise talents Griff, Willie Moore Jr., and Darlene McCoy. Artists scheduled to perform include Erica Campbell, Ricky Dillard & New G, Ms. Anita Wilson, JJ Hairston, Tina Campbell, Vashawn Mitchell, Charles Butler & Trinity, Keira "KiKi" Sheard, Wes Morgan, Todd Dulaney, Dorothy Norwood, Echelon Knoxx, and Sherwin Garner.....

Kris Earl Phillips Dies - 10/6 - From DCRTV's Friday Mailbag: "We've learned this week of the death of former WLPL and WBSB personality Kris Earl Phillips. According to Facebook posts and obituary notices, he died Tuesday (10/3) at age 66. Kris Earl (born Earl Warren Phillips) had been living in his hometown, Daytona Beach, Fla., in recent years. This after a radio career that took him from Florida to Boston to Baltimore (twice) to WHTZ in New York City -- along with many other towns 'up and down the dial' -- as air talent, program director and research director. In the mid-90s, Kris was Director of Product Development for David Tate's Rantel Research, and his enthusiasm for data and computers allowed him to launch a second career in website hosting and design. On a personal note, Kris Earl was my first PD at WLPL -- and it was the experience of working with him and my other United Broadcasting Company colleagues that started me on the path I follow today. As Kris would say as he'd bolt from the studio each night at 9:57, pushing up the mic and planting a feathered cowboy hat on his head for an evening on the town along Baltimore's Block: 'I'm out!' Safe travels, KEP. -- Rob Sidney, PD, 101.5 LITE FM, Miami".....

Cori Coffin Joins 5 - 10/5 - Cori Coffin (right) joins Channel 5/WTTG as a reporter. She comes from KVUE-TV in Austin. Before that, she worked as an anchor and reporter for KREX-TV in Grand Junction, Colorado.....

Cayman Voices Fox & FS1 - 10/5 - 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.....

WMAL's Charlie Donovan Dies - 10/4 - DCRTV gets confirmation on the rumors floating around that WMAL voice and newsman Charlie Donovan (right) died this past weekend. During his DC radio career, Donovan also worked at Clear Channel Communications (now iHeart) and EZ Communication, in addition to his recent work with WMAL owner Cumulus Broadcasting. More as we hear it.....

WJFK To Be Caps' Radio Flagship - 10/4 - The Washington Capitals have reached an agreement to air broadcasts of their games on CBS Radio sports talker WJFK, 106.7 The Fan, and Hubbard Radio news talker WFED, 1500. WJFK will serve as the flagship station for the hockey team, carrying Capitals games plus pre- and postgame shows. Capitals radio play-by-play announcer John Walton will return for his seventh season of calling the action, while former Capital Ken Sabourin enters his 15th season of providing analysis. Capitals game broadcasts will all include 15 minutes of pre-game coverage prior to puck drop and 30 minutes after the game concludes. The post-game show will include player interviews and a live broadcast of Capitals head coach Barry Trotz's post-game press conference. The Capitals pre and post-game game show will be hosted by Ben Raby. All Capitals games can also be heard on Caps Radio 24/7, the team's 24-hour audio channel, featuring round-the-clock news updates, player interviews, and music selected by players, coaches, fans, and the team's game entertainment staff. The station can be accessed free via the Caps Mobile App radio button as well as through TuneIn radio app and anywhere online at capsradio247.com. The Capitals Radio Network includes 14 stations in 2017-2018, serving the Mid-Atlantic region from Pennsylvania to North Carolina.....

Senate Votes For More Pai - 10/2 - As widely predicted, the Senate has voted to reconfirm Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai, allowing him to continue in the role for four more years. Pai, a Republican member of the FCC elevated to the top post by President Trump in January, has spearheaded deregulation efforts in the telecom industry since taking over. Most significantly, he has moved to roll back net neutrality rules, a plan widely criticized by consumer advocacy organizations. More at theverge.com.....

"Car Talk" Ends Run On WAMU - 10/2 - American University public radio news talker WAMU, 88.5, will replace the Saturday morning airings of "Car Talk" with an additional hour of "Weekend Edition Saturday." Co-host Tom Magliozzi died in 2014, at age 77. And since then, the show has been in "best of" mode. "Car Talk" lost its NPR distribution as of September 30. That and other WAMU programming changes are at wamu.org.....

WTOP Tops September DC Radio Ratings - 9/29 - The Washington market radio ratings for the month of September. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WTOP, 2) WAMU, 3) WHUR, 4) WBIG, 5) WMAL, 6) WIHT, 7) WASH, 8) WMMJ, 9) WJFK-FM and WPRS, 11) WMZQ, 12) WKYS, 13) WPGC, 14) WGTS and WWDC, 16) WRQX, 17) WETA-FM and WIAD, 19) WLZL, 20) WTEM, 21) WILC, 22) WAVA-FM, 23) WACA and WBQH and WPFW, 26) WOL and WDCH and WFRE, 29) WFRE, 30) WDCN and WFED. Stations in Baltimore, Hagerstown, Winchester, and Fredericksburg are not included in this listing.....

WERQ & WWIN Top September DC Radio Ratings - 9/29 - The Baltimore market radio ratings for the month of September. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WERQ and WWIN-FM, 3) WPOC, 4) WLIF, 5) WJZ-FM, 6) WIYY and WQSR and WWMX, 9) WZBA, 10) WZFT, 11) WBAL-AM and WYPR, 13) WRBS-FM, 14) WCBM, 15) WBJC and WEAA, 17) WCAO, 18) WLIFHD2, 19) WJZ-AM, 20) WRBS-AM, 21) WOLB, 22) WQLL. Stations in DC and Hagerstown are not included in this listing.....

Brendan O'Connell Leaves 5 - 9/29 - DCRTV hears that after 19 years at Fox 5, Brendan O'Connell has left WTTG. Next month, he starts at Strauss Media Strategies as a senior account executive. During his 19 years at DC's Fox 5, he spent most of his time on the assignment desk.....

Sean Yoes Resigns From WEAA - 9/28 - "First Edition" host Sean Yoes resigned from Morgan State University's WEAA, 88.9, the end of his show last Friday, September 22. According to baltimoresun.com, DeWayne Wickham, dean of Morgan State's School Of Global Journalism & Communication, characterized Yoes leaving as the result of a disagreement over the editing of audio clips that aired on his show this week. The clips involved the use of the n-word in audio related to a Ta-Nehisi Coates' article from the Atlantic magazine, the Sun adds.....

WJAL To Go Off Air - 9/28 - Hagerstown-based Channel 68/WJAL will stop broadcasting at midnight Saturday because its bandwidth was purchased by the federal government for $26.7 million. The Entravision station's eight employees are looking for new jobs. More at heraldmailmedia.com.....

Steve Huber Jumps From 98 Rock To 100.7 The Bay - 9/27 - WZBA, 100.7 The Bay General Manager Jefferson Ward has announced the hiring of Steve Huber as program director for Baltimore's classic rock station. Starting October 2. Huber worked at Baltimore active rocker WIYY, 98 Rock, for the past 18 years, serving as music director since 2009 and taking on assistant program director responsibilities in 2014. "Steve is deeply passionate about radio and has a broad and strong skill set. Those qualities along with his understanding of radio’s opportunities today and his vision about where radio can go made Steve a perfect fit for 100.7 The Bay," says Ward. Adds Huber, I've loved my time at 98 Rock and worked with some amazing people. I am looking forward to leading a new team and continuing to build on the success of 100.7 The Bay".....

WAMU Tops Latest DC Radio Ratings - 9/27 - The Washington market radio ratings for the "third week" of September. Full-day, age 6+: 1) WAMU, 2) WTOP, 3) WHUR, 4) WBIG, 5) WMMJ, 6) WASH, 7) WMAL, 8) WIHT, 9) WPRS and WJFK-FM, 11) WKYS, 12) WPGC and WGTS, 14) WWDC and WMZQ, 16) WRQX, 17) WLZL, 18) WETA-FM and WIAD, 20) WILC, 21) WTEM, 22) WBQH, 23) WPFW, 24) WFMD and WAVA-FM and WACA, 27) WFED, 28) WOL, 29) WFRE and WDCN and WDCH.....

Andy Ockershausen Interviews DC Power Players - 9/26 - "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......

O'Meara Interviews O'Reilly - 9/25 - "The Mike O'Meara Show" interviews former Fox News veteran Bill O'Reilly. On Monday's episode, longtime DC radio great O'Meara discusses the former TV host's transition to podcasting. They also talk sbout his exit from Fox News, the current political climate, and the divisiveness in society today. The interview can be found at mikeomerashow.com.....

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.....

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