NPR is moving to a new $201 million headquarters with all digital equipment in Washington, leaving its analog radio gear behind.
For the past three seasons, I have had the pleasure of doing radio shows with various members of the Baltimore Ravens here on 105.7 the Fan.
The parent company of the Discovery Channel says it’s buying 12 TV networks in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland in a deal worth about $1.7 billion.
Can you hear me now? It’s a line from a commercial, but a version of it was put into use Tuesday as the state of Maryland unveiled a multi-million dollar communication system for emergency responders.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh has backtracked on radio comments he made earlier Tuesday.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is expected to appear on radio and television shows as the Maryland General Assembly wraps up its 90-day session.
There’ll be no more 10-4 in Maryland State Police radio communications.
High honors for a Baltimore radio icon. Hundreds turned out for an emotional memorial for Ron Smith, who recently lost his battle with pancreatic cancer.
Talk about stirring the pot. Wow. Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun joined The Norris & Davis Show with his Ravens’ Report Card for the first quarter of the year.
Baltimore’s police commissioner is defending his department amid a series of controversial incidents.
The Smashing Pumpkins’ hit song “Today” brought smiles to the faces of alternative music lovers throughout Baltimore Monday. The song marked the revival of HFS Radio.
Josh Brooks knows radio. Brooks, now the national sales manager for 99.9 WFRE and 930 WFMD in Frederick, interviewed musicians including Allen Toussaint and Stevie Wonder during his days as a disc jockey at 102.3 WHFS in the Washington area.