Coinciding with Public Radio Music Day, public service broadcaster WYPR announced that its acquisition of WTMD became official.
A small but passionate group of protesters showed up outside the WYPR station Thursday to support a group of employees there in their quest to unionize.
The station's employees recently voted on the issue, but the vote is being challenged.
WYPR's Fraser Smith discusses The Daily Record's story on impact funds and the Pimlico area.
The excitement of Maryland's casinos, for some, lies in the number of jobs expected—both construction and service jobs.
Nancy K. Kopp rarely speaks out against Gov. Martin J. O'Malley so when the Maryland treasurer appeared at two hearings last week to oppose a proposed diversion of $100 million from the pension, it caught the attention of the media.
How will the debate on increasing the minimum wage play out in Annapolis?
“Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast,” a WYPR-FM news and features program, has won an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award for “The Lines Between Us."
For his work to bring about real and lasting reform in Maryland’s largest city, the Open Society Institute-Baltimore recognized WYPR Program Host Dan Rodricks as an “Audacious Individual.”
In case you missed it this morning, I joined Fraser Smith, senior news analyst for WYPR, on Inside Maryland Politics to discuss the expected decrease in the state’s unemployment insurance tax.
WYPR-FM, a National Public Radio affiliate, said it is starting a weekly series, called “The Checkup: How Health Care is Changing in Maryland,” examining the federal Affordable Care Act’s impact on Maryland residents and businesses.