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7/1/20 - YouTube TV hikes its price $15 to $65 per month. Is it becoming more like bad old cable TV where you pay too much for a bunch of channels, many of which you never watch? Will "cord cutters" who dropped cable TV for YouTube TV now be dropping YouTube TV?


6/23/20 - Some big changes have come to DCRTV, including moving the Mailbag posts to the front page..... (6/23/20)


5/23/19 - 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.....


4/10/19 - What's up with DCRTV Dave (aka Camo Dave) and what does the future hold for the world famous DC-Baltimore radio and TV news website?


3/16/19 - 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....


9/27/18 - Your DCRTV webmaster Dave runs into a DC radio legend who went by the name of "Neal At The WEEL" (aka Neal Stevens) at Fairfax VA's one-time "top 40" and oldies outlet WEEL, 1310 AM. We talk about the old days (late 1970s early 1980s) and many of the changes in local radio in a power-packed 6 minute interview.....


8/9/18 - DCRTV Dave did a media, radio, TV live chat on YouTube at 1 PM August 9. Topics included Tribune pulling out of Sinclair merger, changes at WTEM, the latest DC and Baltimore radio ratings, and much more. Missed it? No problem! You can catch the replay at youtube.com/dcrtv or below.....


7/5/18 - DCRTV Dave is starting to do radio business and nostalgia-related live chats on one of his YouTube channels - youtube.com/davehughes. Subscribe and get notified of future live chats.....


More "Dave TV" episodes are available at YouTube. "Dave TV" episodes go back as far as 2011. To search for those videos on YouTube, search "DCRTV 2011," "DCRTV 2012," "DCRTV 2013," "DCRTV 2014," and "DCRTV 2015." You can also add more specific terms, like radio/TV stations names or local media personalities.....