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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • O'Malley-Ehrlich: The war of the airwaves intensifies

     
    Even in the mashed-up world of TV these days, it is a little jarring in the middle of a Baltimore Ravens game or "Late Night With David Letterman" to suddenly see the screen fill with images of Martin O'Malley and Bob Ehrlich talking about a 72 percent...
  • Debate: In TV terms, O'Malley beat Ehrlich handily

     
    I will leave most of the words in Monday's debate between Gov. Martin O'Malley and GOP challenger Bob Ehrlich to the reporters on the beat and campaign trail.I'm here to talk about this debate in TV terms. And in the language of television, O'Malley was a...
  • Big audience tunes in for O'Malley-Ehrlich debate

     
    If the TV audience for Monday night's debate is any indication, there is big interest in the governor's race between incumbent Martin O'Malley and his GOP challenger Bob Ehrlich. In fact, interest appears to be as high as it was in 2006 when the two...
  • MPT to air 2nd O'Malley-Ehrlich debate live Thursday

     
    Maryland Public Television will air the second debate between Gov. Martin O'Malley and GOP challenger Bob Ehrlich live Thursday at noon. There will be a replay at 7 p.m.The debate is being organized by the Washington Post and produced by WUSA-TV. The...
  • TV debate: Ehrlich looked better than he did Monday

     
    From makeup and the choice of dark suit, to his energy and focused aggression, GOP challenger Bob Ehrlich delivered a much improved TV debate performance Thursday compared with his Monday effort in Baltimore.This Ehrlich TV persona during the debate...
  • Obama's 'non-partisan' MTV show, attack ad paired

     
    If you think today's MTV's 'Town Hall' with President Barack Obama is really 'non-partisan,' as management at the youth-oriented cable channel claims, check out this ad that the Democratic National Committee released today.This is the same one-two punch...
  • New Ehrlich ad: All women trashing O'Malley

     
    Check out this fascinating new ad released late Friday afternoon by Republican GOP candidate Bob Ehrlich. It's fascinating to me that it shows only women. Furthermore, while social class is tricky, the folks who make political ads like this are great at...
  • The big media story of midterm elections: Television

     
    Because it doesn't fit our online and digital bias, we in the media have not done very good job of reporting what is shaping up to be one of the biggest media stories of these very important midterm elections: television.Yes, let us now praise TV, the...
  • Memo to CNN: It's Bob Ehrlich -- not John

     
    I'm not inclined to get cosmic about an online error. We all make them. But this one is worth noting, because I think it is indicative of larger problems.I have great respect for CNN's political coverage. In fact, in 2008, cnn.com was one of my first...
  • Election: WBAL leads way in breaking robocall story

     
    Old-fashioned reporting and skilled use of new media Tuesday night helped WBAL-TV score an early and important scoop in election coverage some 90 minutes before the polls that everyone else was waiting on even closed.The news that WBAL broke Tuesday...
  • Kendel Ehrlich will be on air this week at WBAL

     
    For those wondering the fate of Bob and Kendel Ehrlich on radio station WBAL following the defeat Tuesday of the GOP candidate for governor, here's a short-term, partial answer.Kendel Ehrlich will be on the air Friday and Saturday, according to news...
  • Why WBAL didn't get robocall comment from Ehrlich

     
    Saturday morning, defeated GOP gubernatorial candidate Bob Ehrlich called in to the radio show hosted by his wife, Kendel, on WBAL radio. In their on-air conversation, he thanked his supporters and lamented the obstacles he couldn't overcoming in his race...