More Sports Archive: July / August 2009
MASN-Time Warner Still Battling In N.C.
The Federal Communications Commission is finally prepared to deliberate on an issue that has plagued North Carolina baseball fans for two years: the Baltimore-based Mid-Atlantic Sports Network.
Pay-To-Play System Puts Brake On Budding Stars
Ben Brooks could be the next Jim Palmer. But the 10 year-old right-hander's time on the bump may be running out before he ever realizes his full potential. His family simply can’t afford the exorbitant costs of raising a pitching prodigy.
Media Guide: ESPN's Nick Charles Battling Cancer
ESPN reports that sportscaster Nick Charles is battling bladder cancer. Charles, the blow-by-blow announcer for Showtime's "ShoBox: The New Generation" series since its inception in 2001, has taken a leave of absence.
Media Guide: Ravens Expand D.C. Radio Coverage
WZAA 1050 AM, Washington’s Air America lefty, political talk outlet, will be “the exclusive D.C. radio broadcaster” for all 20 Ravens preseason and regular games during the 2009-10 season.
Media Guide: Remembering Bill Burton
Legendary outdoors writer Bill Burton, wrote about fishing and hunting in the Chesapeake Bay for more than 50 years, died Aug. 10 at age 82.
As a man who has been through the pain and shame of addiction, Keith Mills can identify with Ryan Leaf’s plight.
Media Guide: Garceau-Marks Duo Tops Ratings
CBS Radio is very happy about the latest quarterly ratings numbers for the new Baltimore FM sports-talk station, 105.7 The Fan.
Media Guide: Beauchamp Steps Down At WBAL
After 34 years at WBAL radio, vice president and station manager Jeff Beauchamp is leaving his day-to-day work at 1090 AM. He will remain a consultant with the Baltimore news talker.
'Squash Lady' Is Teaching More Than Just A Sport
Founded in 2007, Baltimore SquashWise provides kids with not only an after-school program but also academic tutoring to ensure students graduate high school and learn the values of teamwork and respect among peers.
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