More Sports Archive: September / October 2011
Media Guide: Do Orioles And Nationals Need To Share?
Washington Post sports columnist Tracee Hamilton argues that the Orioles and the Nationals should each get their own dedicated channel from the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, instead of sharing time on two channels.
The 15: Top Events At Laurel Park
As Laurel Park celebrates its 100th anniversary, PressBox takes a look back at 15 significant moments during the first century of Laurel Park's history.
Planning For The Worst
When sports teams suffer a disaster, sports leagues rely on bylaws written in advance to put pieces back together.
Media Guide: Friedgen's Hot Words A Sizzler For Clark
During a Sept. 29 interview with Glenn Clark on WNST, former University of Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen made it clear the hard feelings from the way his tenure as the Terps' coach ended had not subsided.
Shogun Fights V: Baltimore's Best on Display
The fifth installment of Maryland's premier professional MMA promotion, Shogun Fights, took place Oct. 8 at 1st Mariner Arena, and the night's fight card featured a familiar cast of characters.
Issues In Sports, Business And Law
The Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Association at the Francis King Carey School of Law at the University of Maryland held its first Fall Symposium, "The Intersection of Sports and Business in Today's Legal Arena," on Oct. 3.
September Radio Ratings Out, WNST Not On Radar
The September monthly radio ratings are out and Baltimore's 105.7 The Fan is ranked 10th, with its morning show, hosted by Ed Norris and Steve Davis, in sixth place.
Grand Prix Exceeds Expectations
The crowds were larger than anticipated and the response was more positive than could ever have been expected during the nascent year of the Baltimore Grand Prix.
Media Guide: Sun Hopes Readers Will Pay To Play
The Baltimore Sun is going to start charging a fee for frequent users of its baltimoresun.com Web site, including its sports coverage of the Orioles and Ravens.
CSN Announces Wizards, Caps TV Schedules
Assuming the lockout lifts and there is an NBA season, Comcast SportsNet will air 82 regular-season and three preseason Washington Wizards games during the 2011-12 campaign. Comcast SportsNet will also carry 71 Washington Capitals games, beginning with the Caps' season opener against Carolina Oct. 8.
Adsit And Zinno At Ease On Baltimore Media Stage
Channel 45/WBFF's Morgan Adsit, who is from Ohio, and 105.7 The Fan's Mark Zinno, a Long Island native, are two "outsiders" working at becoming "insiders" in the Baltimore sports media arena.
MMA Notebook: UFC Live 6 Headed to Washington D.C.
"UFC Live 6" will mark the first time the UFC has ventured to the nation's capital, which builds a heightened sense of excitement.
Will Power Wins Baltimore Grand Prix
Will Power hoisted up the first place trophy in the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix, marking his sixth win of the 2011 IZOD IndyCar Series season.
• Baltimore Grand Prix Photo Galleries: Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3
Baltimore Grand Prix Debuts With Muscle
What struck Stan "The Fan" Charles most about the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix was simply its size.
Grand Prix Has Downtown Baltimore Buzzing
The atmosphere in downtown Baltimore was simply infectious, and the crowd at the Baltimore Grand Prix was completely enthralled by the excitement.
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