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Vice President and General Manager

WJZ

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WJZ

3725 MALDEN AVE

Baltimore, Maryland,21211

United States

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Vice President and General Manager

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Together with Don Hutchinson, president and CEO of the Zoo, and Jay Newman, president and general manager of WJZ-TV, they cut the green ribbon on the building to celebrate completion of the new lighting system project.


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Jay Newman, vice president and general manager of WJZ, said the advertising climate for his station has picked up in recent months.
"Part of that is advertisers are coming back to television, and part of it is [our] ratings … and that continues to improve and continues to be very, very strong with the strength of our news product and daytime programming," he said. While Newman would not give specific figures, he said advertising revenues began picking up in July, and he expects the trend to continue into next year. Newman said WJZ has tried to make cuts that don't affect the news product.


Late newscasts see steep ratings declines in Baltimore — GreenLink Networks Portal

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Jay Newman, general manager at WJZ, the number one station at 11 p.m. this May, says late news is still the most important single broadcast in his shop.
But even he admits that changing lifestyles and technology have radically altered the way his station - which shares content with The Baltimore Sun - does business from the days when stations lived or died with their late news ratings. "We have successfully and dramatically changed our approach over the last years to be more in synch with how viewers access news," Newman says. "Long gone is the era that I grew up in where the family gathered around the TV and watched one half hour of news at 6 o'clock - or watched the late news before they shut off the lights and went to bed. It isn't about one time period anymore." Pointing to more hours of local news and a strong commitment to the Internet and social media, Newman says, "Our approach is now to access more viewers, more often throughout the day over a variety of media platforms - whether that's on WJZ television, WJZ.com, or whether it's the 40,000-plus fans we have on Facebook, on Twitter or other social media."


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Jay Newman, general manager of WJZ, said his network was already pacing ahead of its sales goal for the Masters, but the news helped create a new level of buzz.
"The Masters is always, and has been for decades, the premier golf event and a premier sports event for any year," Newman said in an interview Wednesday. "Obviously the return of Tiger Woods for this year's Masters will peak even more interest in it." Newman declined to disclose specific sales figures or ad rates, or if the station is asking more for an ad spot. Last year's final round of the Masters drew a 7.8 rating, or 86,000 households, in Greater Baltimore, Newman said.


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