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Michael Eric Dyson leaves NPR show made at WEAA, Ken Weinman out at 105.7 The Fan
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun March 12, 2012
Some radio changes over the weekend. Michael Eric Dyson has left his NPR show that’s produced at Morgan State University, and the production will go off the air altogether at the end of the month. For the next three weeks, guest hosts will fill in on “The Michael Eric Dyson Show,” according to Richard Prince’s “Journal isms” blog. Read it here . Soon there was a writing test. Then a gig freelancing. news broadcast. “News is ever changing, which means my job never gets boring,” said Walburn, 26, a Brewers Hill resident. “In some jobs, people watch the clock from 9 5. He’ll be all over the highlights again after he rebounds from his awful performance against the Ravens and picks apart the Giants’ defense for the win. WJZ also won in total viewers in those time periods. in the locally produced newscasts that precede network morning shows. The Saturday daytime show hosted by the late Don Cornelius was not to be missed like church or the early seasons of “Saturday Night Live,” according to Tim Watts, a longtime Baltimore disc jockey. “It was like ‘SNL’ with John Belushi, where everyone had to go home to watch TV Saturday nights,
” Watts said. “On Saturday mornings, people in Baltimore would clean the house and put ‘Soul Train’ on. It was the soundtrack of our youth.1.1 million in area watched Ravens on WJZ Sunday Tops Super Bowl 2001
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun January 23, 2012
WJZ TVreports that 1.112 million area viewers watched the Ravens Patriots game on Channel 13 Sunday, setting what is believed to be a record for the station, according to general manager Jay Newman. The game was seen by 78,000 more local viewers than watched the Ravens Giants Super Bowl in 2001, according to Nielsen data from WJZ. The audience in the Baltimore TV market was 1.269 million for the final minutes of the game when a missed 32 yard field goal left the Ravens a 23 20 loser instead of sending the game into overtime.849,000 area viewers watched Ravens beat Texans on CBS owned WJZ
An audience of 849,000 area viewers tuned into WJZ TV Sunday to see the Baltimore Ravens beat the Houston Texans in the divisional playoff game, station managment said Monday. That is 3,000 viewers more than the audience that saw the the Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers in a regular season game on Nov. 6 in prime time on WBAL, Baltimore’s NBC affiliate. But that game, which the Ravens won 23 20, was in Pittsbugh.