This Saturday night, WIYY-FM’s (98 Rock) morning team of Justin, Scott and Spiegel will mark their return to WBAL-TV as the station presents Justin, Scott and Spiegel Shouldn’t Be On TV, immediately following Saturday Night Live.
TV stations help their local communities in countless ways, year after year. Right now, the need to help is much greater because of the pandemic. And many stations continue to respond.
“I’m extremely excited to become part of the WBAL family,” said Aletha Rideout. “Throughout the recruitment and interviewing process, what attracted me most about the station was the concerted efforts invested into employees.”
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Justin, Scott and Spiegel Shouldn’t Be On TV, a half-hour TV show featuring Baltimore’s top-rated radio morning show Justin, Scott and Spiegel from WIYY-FM (98 Rock) returned this past weekend immediately following Saturday Night Live on WBAL.
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WBAL presents Justin, Scott and Spiegel Shouldn’t Be On TV. The half hour show will premiere this weekend immediately following Saturday Night Live.
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WBFF receives awards across consumer, investigative, public service and feature categories. “We are incredibly proud of our talented roster of journalists who are dedicated to uncovering and elevating important issues in their communities and keeping our viewers informed,” said Scott Livingston, Sinclair’s senior vice president of news.