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  • Ravens Baltimore-area TV audience peaks at 1.1 million Saturday

    Ravens Baltimore-area TV audience peaks at 1.1 million Saturday
    An average audience of more than one million area viewers watched the last two hours of the Baltimore Ravens double overtime victory over the Denver Broncos Saturday.
  • Local companies grab Super Bowl ad attention

    Local companies grab Super Bowl ad attention
    Super Bowl commercials are nearly as anticipated as the game, and local companies grabbing some of that attention Sunday included Royal Farms and Union Memorial Hospital. Advertisers know the Super Bowl is one of the best-watched programs of the year &#...

    Super Bowl telecast sets Baltimore record with 1.5 million viewers

    Sunday's Super Bowl telecast drew a record audience of 1.5 million viewers at its peak in the Baltimore market, according to preliminary Nielsen figures provided by WJZ-TV. The audience is believed to be the largest for any show on Baltimore TV since the...

    1.1 million in area watched Ravens on WJZ Sunday - Tops Super Bowl 2001

    1.1 million in area watched Ravens on WJZ Sunday - Tops Super Bowl 2001
    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...

    Remembering Don Cornelius: 'Soul Train' was beloved in Baltimore; 92Q holds 'soul train line' in tribute

    Remembering Don Cornelius: 'Soul Train' was beloved in Baltimore; 92Q holds 'soul train line' in tribute
    At the height of its popularity, "Soul Train" felt like a religion in Baltimore. 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,...