WJZ


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WJZWetgeving en Juridische Zaken (Dutch: legislative and judicial matters)
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(7.) In the WJZ interview, Bernard herself observed, "Times are changing ...
"The Sun already has the deepest daily print coverage of Maryland news, and combining our resources with those of WJZ's talented broadcast newsroom means that our readers and WJZ viewers will benefit from an even more comprehensive news report," Tim Franklin, editor and senior vice president of the Sun, said in a statement.
In reference to Marty Bass, a WJZ morning anchor and cohost of "Report from the R avenszone": "Bass, an acquired taste who's an entertainer as much as anything else, is sort of the duckbilled-platypus of Baltimore journalists--it's not really clear whether he's a mammal or a bird."
He begins with WJZ and WOR, with double features at the Roosevelt on Saturday afternoons and Sunday doubleheaders at Ruppert Stadium watching the Newark Bears.
The song-writing tandem of Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake were featured on at least three New York stations (WJZ, WHN, WEAF) in 1923 - no doubt due to the success of their black musical, Shuffle Along.
The first radio coverage of the World Series was carried by a wireless station set up at the Electrical Show at the 71st Regiment Armory in New York City, and by station WJZ in Newark, N.J.
Indeed, Sarnoff became such a confirmed convert to the idea of networks comprised of phone-interconnected local stations, that he quickly established a second NBC network around New York City's WJZ which RCA already owned.
The ads on WJZ will run in the days prior to the first and so far only scheduled debate between Jealous and incumbent Republican Larry Hogan.
"I had nothing to do with her disappearance - her drowning," Giordano told WJZ. "I mean, she drowned.
(58.) Cantor, "No Time for Jokes!," 54; Hadassah, "Eddie Cantor Pledges Aid For German-Jewish Children," press release, March 27, 1936, Youth Aliyah archives; also see Federal Bureau of Investigation, Freedom of Information/Privacy Acts Section, "Eddie Cantor," File Number: 26544, http://vault.fbi.gov/Eddie%20Cantor (hereafter cited as Cantor-FBI); "Cantor Says Nazi Threaten His Life," Hollywood Reporter, September 1, 1938; Walter Winchell, The Jergens Journal, WJZ, November 14, 1937, unpublished script, Blue network Master Books, NBC Collection, Recorded Sound Section, Library of Congress.
As an example of the alleged effects from Satan's magic elixir, check out this headline from Baltimore CBS affiliate WJZ, reporting on a 21-year-old woman who slammed her Ford pickup into a telephone pole:
Police are appealing for any witnesses to the collision, or anyone who saw the vehicle, registration CK51 WJZ, shortly before the incident, to contact police on 01656 6555555.