Inside Charm City on WBAL Radio today at 12:30

I will be on-air on the C4 Show today right after the 12:30 news on WBAL (1090 AM.) I will be discussing the recent events on college campuses in the area - mainly the sex toy event on campus at the University of Maryland (stay tuned for a follow-up on that in a bit) as well as possible discussion of the University System of Maryland’s new porn policy and the resignation of the student newspaper editor at Towson University.

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Now Is The Time To Donate Used Coats For Needy Kids, Adults

Baltimore County

Now Is The Time To Donate Used Coats For Needy Kids, Adults

Towson, Md. (Ocotber 2, 2009) — This year, the Baltimore County and Baltimore City fire departments again will support WBAL Radio’s Coats for Kids campaign, which provides gently used coats to needy children and adults throughout the region.

Now is the time to donate coats. If you have used coats in good condition that you no longer want, please consider donating them to this worthy program. There has been a shortage of coats during the past few years, while the demand has grown.

To donate, take the coats to the nearest participating dry cleaner, where they will be cleaned free of charge; WBAL requires that all coats donated through Coats for Kids be professionally cleaned.

A list of participating cleaners is available at WBAL Radio’s web site,

The coats will be distributed in Baltimore County during Thanksgiving week at Woodlawn, Middle River and Dundalk stations. Dates and locations will be announced soon.

Meteorologist Tony Pann leaving DC for Baltimore

Tom Buckley reports that Tony Pann’s last night at WUSA (Channel 9) in DC is tonight at 11. Pann will have a week off and then start as the morning weatherman on WBAL (Channel 11) here in Baltimore on October 5. Pann was previously at WBAL from 1993-2000. Buckley mentions that Pann lives in Cockeysville and his wife is a meteorologist for a television station in York, PA.

Pann will also be doing the morning weather on the morning news program on WBAL radio (1090 AM.) He previously did the morning weather on WCBM radio (680 AM.)

No word on what kind of shuffling around this might do to the WBAL weather staffing situation. Sandra Shaw is currently the morning meteorologist on channel 11.

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