Good morning Baltimore: A look at the wonderful city’s TV broadcasters
After Donald Trump called Baltimore a “disgusting, rat- and rodent-infested” district — here’s a look at the prolific market’s broadcasters that work to cover the market’s news headlines every day.
Hearst’s WBAL, which sports an obvious tribute to the city’s name in its call letters, brands on air as “11 News” and “WBAL-TV 11 News” along with the “LLL” slogan, “Live. Local. Latebreaking.”
The station’s digital subchannel features MeTV, branded as “11+.”
WBAL produces a 10 p.m. newscast on the channel.
The station debuted a new set in 2016.
The channel has used its distinctive blocky “11” logo for years.
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